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Category Archives: B2B Credit and Collections
As you might have already heard, PayStream Advisors is co-hosting a virtual Order-to-Cash conference on February 13, 2013 to share best practices and latest industry trends on how to accelerate revenue cycles, optimize cash flow, and enhance customer relationships within the Order-to-Cash … Continue reading
PayStream Advisors among the 13th Annual ICIC and Fortune Magazine’s Inner City 100 winners Annual ranking showcases the 100 fastest-growing inner city businesses in America.
The regulatory environment surrounding sales and use tax is much more complex than most people realize…at least until you consider that there are over 13,000 taxing authorities in the USA, and that they made over 1400 rate changes in 2007.
Credit departments are awash in paper. Consequently, credit analysts and collectors spend an inordinate amount of time filing documents, searching paper files for documents, distributing documents, copying data from documents, waiting for others to send them documents, reprinting invoices and … Continue reading
In the two years since we first did an in depth study of Credit and Collection Technology, I have been extremely impressed by the strides the vendors have made in filling out their solutions. B2B credit and collections is a … Continue reading
The introduction of Mastercard’s Payment Gateway, coupled with JPMorgan/Xign’s AP Trac into the Accounts Payable and B2b world carries with it a striking promise, the promise of Buyer Initiated Payments (BIP).
Have you noticed that the U.S. is a nation of contradictions? This country came up with electricity, the silicon chip, the personal computer, Amazon.com, the iPod, Google, and reality TV (OK, so that’s a bad example). We have very active … Continue reading
Editor’s note | The following article was submitted to us by Abe WalkingBear, and can be viewed in full here. It comes from our previous discussion on Buyer Initiated Payments.
Until recently, automation efforts in the accounts payable area were focused on invoice and payment management and the operational benefits that technology delivers â€“ cost containment and productivity enhancement.
Over the years, Web invoicing solutions have emerged to facilitate external exchange of transaction-related information and funds between buyers and suppliers. On the other hand, front-end imaging and workflow solutions have evolved to meet organizationsâ€™ internal needs around invoice receipt … Continue reading
It seems fitting that the first post to Paystream Voices is one that identifies the extraordinary importance of automation technologies. A new Paystream Advisors Report has identified an enormous amount of untapped capital stagnating in Fortune 1000 companies, that could … Continue reading