Join Craig Jeffery of Strategic Treasurer and Brian Greehan of Bottomline for a webinar on the results from our 2020 B2B Payments survey.
B2B Payments: 2020 Survey Results Webinar
Date: Tuesday, October 13, 2020
Time: 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM ET
Where: This is an online event.
Join Strategic Treasurer and Bottomline Technologies as we cover insights from the 2020 B2B Payments survey. These insights take a deep look at the challenges experienced by practitioners and shed light on the unique solutions and tactics employed to optimize the B2B payment process.
This annual study, now in its 4th year, gives us valuable information related to overall payments complexity and how to maximize efficiency across the B2B payments space. Join us as we present the top findings from this year’s research.
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