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Matthew DragiffSunGard AvantGard Payment Services - Jacksonville

Why Do Checks Still Dominate B2B Payments in NA? Cont'd

24 February 2011  |  4729 views  |  0  |  Recommends 0

Why do companies continue to pay by check? In part two of the series “The Top 5 Reasons Why Checks Still Dominate B2B Payments” I explore the absence of paper remittance data as a perceived obstacle to timely, accurate cash application when paying electronically. Reason #2 - Remittance. Remittance is critical for suppliers because the absence...

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Barry KislingburyACI Worldwide - London

From Tax returns to SEPA - Governments should lead the way

21 February 2011  |  4855 views  |  8  |  Recommends 0

It’s funny where your inspiration comes from. I had to do my annual tax return recently, which amazingly resulted in a small refund. What surprised me though (or maybe it shouldn’t) is that Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs (HMRC) then went to all the trouble of sending me a cheque in the post. Why does this amaze me? Well, it was the UK Go...

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Miloslav HoschekMiloslav Hoschek Consulting - Bratislava

Liquidity trap solution based on negative rate

17 February 2011  |  6026 views  |  0  |  Recommends 0

The term „liquidity trap" was suggested by Keynes (1936) as a situation in which monetary policy is unable to stimulate an economy through increasing money supply or lowering interest rates. ...

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Matthew DragiffSunGard AvantGard Payment Services - Jacksonville

Why do Checks Still Dominate B2B Payments in North America?

17 February 2011  |  5711 views  |  5  |  Recommends 0

“For years we’ve been hearing that checks are going away, yet they are still used for the majority of B2B payments in North America.” I have heard that statement at nearly every trade show that I hav...

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Direct debit as online payment option

10 February 2011  |  5664 views  |  5  |  Recommends 0

Last week or so, my client asked if they could use direct debit as optional payment method. To me this is really valid point. They said that when offering their service from iTunes, they pay hefty 30 ...

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Matthew DragiffSunGard AvantGard Payment Services - Jacksonville

Will My Suppliers Accept a Card Payment

09 February 2011  |  4247 views  |  2  |  Recommends 0

In the B2B world, generally speaking, buyers and suppliers both understand the benefits of moving to electronic payments. These benefits include higher rates of straight-through processing, reduced b...

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Miloslav HoschekMiloslav Hoschek Consulting - Bratislava

Basel IV rules based on negative rates

02 February 2011  |  8041 views  |  0  |  Recommends 0

The Basel Committee on Banking Supervision may create for a 2020s decade the next generation of ANTI-DEFLATION global banking rules based on negative interest rates, simply "Basel IV Acco...

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How to identify online- more or less survey?

02 February 2011  |  4136 views  |  0  |  Recommends 0

My another passion is to understand how to identify and sign documents/ agreements online. To understand the complexity of this issue, I would like you to describe your local law and methods how you a...

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