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ISO 20022 Request for Payment Now Live in U.S. ACH: Simplifies B2B Remittance

Posted by Robert Unger on Apr 19, 2018 3:56:51 PM

By Rob Unger

The majority of U.S. corporations have an atrocious cash application hit rate for B2B payments, where less than 20 percent of payments are processed automatically, and applied to open invoices without manual intervention. 

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Topics: ACH Network, ACH Payments, Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable

Seven Ways to Slay the Nightmare on Receivables Street and Rescue Cash Application

Posted by Robert Unger on Mar 30, 2018 9:56:00 AM

Authored by Robert Unger

Your sales are humming along, bills and invoices are being sent to customers and the payments are flowing back to your company, and there a lot of payments. 

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Topics: Accounts Receivable

Surcharging B2B Card Payments Makes Payment Choice Margin Neutral

Posted by Robert Unger on Mar 27, 2018 10:28:00 AM

By Robert Unger

Credit card payments are growing faster than any other payment type according to the latest Federal Reserve Payments Study, which tracks longitudinal trends in consumer and business payments. 

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Topics: Accounts Receivable

Customer Profitability: BrightStar on 5 Hidden A/R Costs That Eat Away Your Bottom-Line

Posted by Robert Unger on Mar 7, 2018 3:28:41 PM
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Topics: Accounts Receivable

Brightstar Links Accounts Receivable Automation to Customer Profitability

Posted by Robert Unger on Mar 7, 2018 3:26:03 PM

Authored By Robert Unger and Sahil Hakim

Companies large and small are clunking along with legacy receivables systems, and are challenged to improve operations and reduce costs in order-to-cash processes.  These inefficiencies increase the cost to serve customers, and erode margins on customer profitability. 

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Topics: Accounts Receivable

Good Robots and Artificial Intelligence Save Credit, Collections and Receivables Big Bucks

Posted by Robert Unger on Mar 1, 2018 9:01:21 AM

By Robert Unger

I love robot movies even though they often pit machines vs. humans. The first Terminator was not good for humans (especially if your name was Sarah Conner).  And I just recently saw the original Westworld for the first time, with Yul Brenner as the gun-slinging robot gone haywire in a western vacation village. That didn’t end well for the vacationers. No doubt, bad robots are compelling but scary.

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Topics: Accounts Receivable

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