VersaPay to Present at the Citi 2019 Financial Technology Conference
New York, NY ; Toronto, ON – November 13, 2019 – VersaPay Corporation (TSXV: VPY) (“VersaPay”), a leading provider of cloud-based invoice-to-cash solutions including electronic invoice presentment and payment, automated accounts receivable, cash application and collections management, will participate today on a panel at the Citi 2019 Financial Technology Conference in New York City.
During the conference VersaPay CEO Craig O’Neill will participate on a panel of distinguished speakers discussing AR automation and the digitization of business payments. O’Neill will discuss the need for businesses to drive transformation and enable their organizations to operate online to better serve their customers and remain competitive in their respective markets. The conference hosts investment firms and investors as well as fintechs from across the US. The two day conference takes place November 12th and 13th at Lotte New York Palace in New York City.
VersaPay is a Fintech company and leading provider of cloud-based invoice-to-cash solutions, enabling businesses to provide a superior customer experience, get paid faster, streamline financial operations, and dramatically reduce DSO and costs. VersaPay ARC is the first platform to provide Customer-Centric ARÔ with a customer self-service environment to view invoices online, collaborate on inquiries and disputes, and facilitate secure online payments (EFT/ACH and credit card). Businesses gain access to a suite of powerful tools that enable efficient collections, cash application and real-time insight into accounts receivable. VersaPay ARC automatically reconciles payments and account information through integrations with a wide range of ERPs and accounting software providers.
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Katie Canton has been helping companies develop and implement successful social media, content marketing, and marketing communications strategies for more than 10 years. Since joining VersaPay in 2018, she writes on topics such accounts receivables automation, Customer-Centric AR, collections management, and fintech.
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