With 15 years of experience, VP of Sales Kristin Cardinali contrasts outdated bank procedures with streamlined fintech software and fintech solutions.
There’s much more to international wire transfers than just the transfer itself. There's a labor-intensive process looming for both parties in the background.
Managing different payment processes can be cumbersome, which is partly why businesses favor checks. See how fintechs use automation to streamline all payments.
s we close in on a year and a half of working from home, we can look back with some perspective and perhaps a little pride at how we've adapted and changed. During this time, many people and organizations have discovered that they're much more nimble, creative and resilient than they previously imagined.
Josh Cyphers, stepped into the role of President at Nvoicepay three months into the pandemic and remote work efforts. Here are three lessons he has learned from that experience.
Digitizing supplier payments has long been on the roadmap at many corporations, but way down near the bottom. That all changed in 2020. COVID-19-related health and safety requirements and the mass-scale remote work changes demonstrated that check-writing processes are no longer sustainable and accelerated the move toward electronic payments.
Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs, a common psychological theory, describes basic needs that must be met before an individual is able to achieve self-actualization. It's possible a similar theory can be applied to business. But should automation be considered an end goal, or a basic necessity?
As organizations work to improve their defenses against ACH fraud, they should also ramp up their use of virtual cards as much as possible. Supplier objections to fees have always acted as the barrier between the status quo and advanced payment options. The B2B payments landscape is changing, and in light of rising fraud, it may be worth revisiting those conversations with suppliers.
Let us be the first to say: you’re not alone if you’ve never heard of the term "tech stack" before. Some of us have heard the term used for departments like sales and marketing, but never for accounting. Today we’re going to talk about what an accounting tech stack is.
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.
Nvoicepay identifies clear trends in B2B payments in 2021 and the payment automation trends that will take the driver's seat this year.
While similar in concept to Business Email Compromise (BEC), Vendor Email Compromise (VEC) scams focus more on controlling payments through vendor communication.
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.
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.
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.
Today's CFO is expected to be highly strategic. But does that always have to mean they must undertake Transformation with a capital "T?"
COVID-19 has thrown construction industry back offices for a loop. Trying to get employees equipped to work securely from home; figuring out how to make manual processes work when everyone's working outside the office; applying for and administering PPE loans to keep paying salaries for unionized workers—all of these are prominent topics of conversation.