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When the US Payment is the Foreign Payment

31 March 2011  |  4498 views  |  1 comments | recommendations Recommends 0

The North American B2B Payments landscape is somewhat unique, due in large part to the significantly high use of checks as opposed to ACH, wires or cards. The shortcomings of checks are well known and understood and they include higher costs, greater levels of fraud and longer settlement periods. The 2010 AFP Electronic Payments Survey indicated ...

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

29 March 2011  |  4670 views  |  1 comments | recommendations Recommends 0

Why do companies continue to pay by check? In part five of the series, “The Top 5 Reasons Why Checks Still Dominate B2B Payments,” I explore the challenges of corporate inertia and resistance to change. Reason #5 - Corporate Inertia and Resistance to Change. Let’s face it, organizational change is difficult. For some, the risk of change exceeds ...

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Customer created bank services

24 March 2011  |  4529 views  |  0 comments | recommendations Recommends 0

Instead of each bank creates their own new services, is there a need for customer created banking services? Current world Today if I have a new and brilliant idea of new banking service, I tell my own...

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Direct debit vs e-invoice

21 March 2011  |  3950 views  |  2 comments | recommendations Recommends 0

For some countries, direct debit is the main payment system, whereas some countries like to push e-invoice to be main payment system. Both are really good ways for merchant but also for consumers to r...

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

17 March 2011  |  5136 views  |  1 comments | recommendations Recommends 0

Why do companies continue to pay by check? In part four of the series “The Top 5 Reasons Why Checks Still Dominate B2B Payments,” I explore the challenges surrounding the perceived need for IT resourc...

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e-mandate- how, where and when

14 March 2011  |  5646 views  |  2 comments | recommendations Recommends 0

As direct debit still is one of the most convenient ways to pay bills, especially when paying monthly recurring payments like gym member ship fees or monthly subscription of magazines or news. It is n...

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

10 March 2011  |  4357 views  |  0 comments | recommendations Recommends 0

Why do companies continue to pay by check? In part three of the series, “The Top 5 Reasons Why Checks Still Dominate B2B Payments” I explore the challenges associated with bringing about process chang...

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Direct debit or e-invoice, big confusion

04 March 2011  |  4604 views  |  0 comments | recommendations Recommends 0

Today I spoke with my account about e-invoice. As I would like to use e-invoice as much as possible, there are some obstacles which annoys me quite a lot. Even in Finland, where we have everything str...

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