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In our debut episode, Nvoicepay President Josh Cyphers shares insight about how automation influences the economic picture for companies across all industries.
B2B companies are currently up to their necks in "digital transformation." Maybe, just maybe, it's time to take a step back and look at things through a different lens.
Clear B2B payment trends have emerged, and are likely to unfold in the next twelve months, according to CEO Josh Cyphers of Nvoicepay, a FLEETCOR company.
A particular faction of fraudulent activity—‘BEC’, or Business Email Compromise—has gained notoriety over the years and is such a large operation that it’s become more of an umbrella term for various attacks. Among these subsets comes the newer term, ‘VEC’, or Vendor Email Compromise.
Everyone knows the term "return on investment"—or “ROI." I think we should re-establish a less-recognized concept: return on experience.
Post-pandemic businesses have adapted by interfacing with technology to get the same tasks done with less redundancy and bulk. Daily operations have stripped down to bare essentials, some bearing costs to the customer, but many renewed in their devotion to make a more human connection with those they serve.
Join us for this virtual town hall meeting as our panelists answer your questions about how payment automation meets the need many organizations have for secure electronic payment methods, especially in the work-from-hom era.
If there’s one thing payment companies of any caliber are familiar with watching out for, it’s Business Email Compromise. Here are some of the most common BEC techniques that fraudsters take advantage of.
Join Bill Clausen of Prelude and Mark Penserini of Nvoicepay for an in-depth look at how our partnership helps healthcare organizations and insurance companies streamline the AP process.
Forced to work from home during COVID-19, accounts payable departments have accelerated plans to move away from paper checks and pay more of their suppliers by ACH. That, in turn, accelerated another trend: fraud.