Integrated Receivables: Meeting Your Corporate Customers’ Expectations

Today, your corporate customers’ are demanding new innovation that delivers efficiency and accuracy in their financial processes in order to support their growing businesses. As paper-based payments are shifting to electronic, your bank needs to embrace a strategy to address your corporate customers’ needs, specifically in the better management of their receivables. Through partnerships with technology vendors, banks can quickly and cost effectively ramp up their receivables capability to offer your corporate customers a more seamless and painless experience. Not only will your institution drive incremental revenue and grow deposits, more importantly, you’ll be able to retain and grow your corporate customer base.

Register today to attend the live webinar and hear Aite Group research director Christine Barry’s perspective on integrated receivables and how that knowledge will help your institution build your corporate strategy.

During this session you’ll learn about:

  • How the shift to electronic payments is impacting your corporate customers’ ability to effectively manage their accounts receivable
  • What corporate customers need in terms of tools that provide control across multiple cash receipts channels in their business
  • How integrated receivable capabilities can specifically address these corporate customer needs, and
  • How technology companies can assist institution’s like yours in addressing this customer need

 

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Type: 
Webinar
Date: 
October 11, 2018
When: 
October 11, 2018 | 2 p.m. ET
Speakers: 

Christine Barry serves as research director for Aite Group's Wholesale Banking practice, focusing on the strategies and technology implementations of global banks of all sizes. Her recent research has addressed global cash management trends and technologies, capturing the valuable small-business customer, corporate mobile banking, the drivers of global core banking system replacement, remote deposit capture, and best practices for community banks and credit unions.