Month: September 2021

real-time payments

Real-time payments interoperability remains key topic at Chicago Fed panel

Whenever a new payment format comes on the scene, three issues usually present themselves: will it find users, will users achieve the desired scale and will the underlying technology options be compatible. Within the current...

/ September 30, 2021
ap automation

When you think AP automation, think roadmap

When we talk to clients and prospective customers about achieving AP automation and the many benefits that come with it, we’ve long tended to focus on what they need to do in order to be...

/ September 28, 2021
advanced data analytics

Advanced data analytics creates “Green Energy” for high-performance corporates

Refining data into advanced data with the power of analytics Current corporate slogans aside, data is not the new oil. It might have been a good analogy when the deluge of consumer transactional and behavioral...

/ September 21, 2021
S&P Report 2021

S&P report shows COVID and regulation as key factors in global banking recovery

The global banking recovery is well underway, according to a new report by S&P Global Ratings, but the biggest problem of 2020 continues to threaten in 2021. COVID and its variants still have the potential...

/ September 16, 2021
ap challenges

Every industry has AP challenges. Every industry needs the same solution.

There are only a few certain things in life. Benjamin Franklin said those were death and taxes. Another old proverb lists birth, death and change. And anyone who has ever called a helpline knows being...

/ September 14, 2021
insider fraud

It’s complicated: FIs seek solutions for insider fraud in hybrid work environment

The Economist calls them “the new bank robbers.” They’re the insiders, the employees that are taking advantage of data access at organizations in all industries – financial services included – to leak data or manipulate...

/ September 8, 2021
Brexit brings early changes

Brexit brings early changes to UK banking

To the rest of the world, Brexit has looked something like a celebrity divorce. There are colourful characters, innocent victims and big financial consequences. However, for the payments and banking businesses in the UK, this...

/ September 2, 2021