In today’s episode, we’ll hear an insightful discussion on the Future of Treasury Payments. Recorded live at the AFP conference in San Diego, CA, our panelists delve into the world of global payment rails and the strategies companies must adopt to tackle security and operational challenges head-on.
Developing and delivering competitive and profitable treasury solutions requires clear insight into both the needs of your customers and the market environment in which they work. Guesswork will not suffice. Data is necessary for optimal strategy, as well as execution.
Earlier this year, Strategic Treasurer presented a conceptual view of how data could and should function within organizations as a growth tool for solution providers. We also met with and heard from dozens of your peers on the top obstacles standing in the way of that ideal.
In this webinar, we’ll explore the landscape of possibility, the challenges faced, and a crucial first step in the journey towards advancing and equipping your business for competitive success in today’s complex marketplace. Whether you’re in product strategy or development, marketing or sales, this presentation will address information vital for your individual team as well as the organization at large.
A formal assessment of a company’s payment processes typically reveals 50-100% more payment processes than they believed they had. Every payment flow is a point of security exposure, and it is difficult to protect what you don’t know exists. This webinar will discuss the principles of a payment assessment, offering practical insights and leading practices for completing a thorough inventory, formally documenting it for institutional knowledge, assessing controls and types of payment flows, and examining your organization’s overall situation with regards to payments.
Live from Philadelphia, PA, at AFP 2022, Strategic Treasurer is proud to present our Fintech Hotseat panel discussion on the Future of Treasury Payments. This session put experts from leading payment companies into the hotseat.