There are many reasons for payment delays, but have you thought about your customer data being one of them? In this webinar, Dun & Bradstreet alongside VersaPay will explore how “dirty” customer data can affect your accounts receivable including how quickly you get paid.
In the digital world, B2B transactions are constantly changing. The manner in which transactions are initiated and conducted have to improve as the pace of business moves faster every day.
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It’s almost 3 weeks into the new year – how are your 2017 business goals shaping out? A new year means a new opportunity to refocus your business objectives. Teams gather to review the previous year, set goals for...
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Group Leader of Finance Operations at Dun & Bradstreet, Christopher Rios shares insights his company has captured in recent years for its goal of the CFO to play a larger role in the go-to-market strategy of its operations as...
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I recently attended a lunchtime seminar hosted by the MaRS innovation hub in Toronto. The session was led by Zachary First, the executive director of the Drucker Institute based at Claremont Graduate University in California. Peter Drucker, of course...
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A couple of weeks ago, I attended the McLeod User Conference in San Antonio. McLeod Software is the leading trucking software used by some of the most innovative transportation and logistics companies. It was a great conference for VersaPay...
I had the good fortune to watch a presentation last week by Tommy Spaulding, author of two books on the New York Times Best Seller list. He was the opening keynote speaker at the CPA The One conference in...
Do you like the sound of getting get paid faster and improving customer satisfaction? If so, you’re ready for accounts receivable automation.
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