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17 04, 2019

Customers Choose the Path of Least Resistance. Is That You?

2019-04-17T13:24:55-04:00April 17th, 2019|Blog|

Today’s customers covet convenience. From having groceries delivered to their door, dry cleaning picked up and delivered to their homes, and even the handling of their finances, the majority of everyday needs are solved without lifting a finger. Online bill pay has become so common that most people don’t have a current checkbook. Credit cards are being replaced by cell phones. And online retailers are outpacing brick and mortar retail establishments due to the ease and convenience of customers not having to leave their home. When given the option, customers will choose the path of least resistance to meet their needs. So why - in this world of digital convergence, technological advancements, and streamline automation - has the business-to-business space remained so reluctant to change? The Disconnect I’ve worked in B2B for years, and what has become overwhelmingly clear is that there is a massive disconnect between what the customer Read More

28 11, 2018

Top 5 Considerations When Evaluating a Payment Portal

2019-02-20T14:43:38-04:00November 28th, 2018|Blog|

I’ve been away from the accounts receivables automation space for the past 15 months and, now that I’m back, it’s clear that a lot has changed in that short amount of time. Electronic payments are not only becoming top of mind, but becoming a core customer requirement. The popularity of topics such as migration to electronic payments, getting clients to participate, and tools available to help facilitate the transition was evidenced at a recent CRF show. Through discussions at that event, one issue began to stand out: most companies wanted or were being asked to transition, however, few had outlined a clear path toward the migration. This blog was written to help those companies who were starting down the path of transition, by outlining the considerations to look for, and the items to avoid. First, I feel compelled to share that I have heard virtually every excuse in the book Read More