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Organizational growth is a good thing, but scaling up isn’t always easy when it comes to payments. Significant efficiency is often necessary to support this growth and keep things running smoothly and securely. This webinar will explore the use of technology and outsourcing for achieving scale and efficiency without compromising safety. Specific topics discussed will include the following:
-Easy of deployment
-Scaling through outsourcing
-Building efficiency throughout the entire payable process
When it comes to payments, many companies are finding the risk of fraud and the importance of efficiency both reaching higher levels than ever. Digitizing payments can bring relief on both fronts by driving payments through a streamlined, secure channel. This webinar will discuss the ways in which a secure payments solution reduces the complexity of the payments landscape, simultaneously increasing efficiency and reducing the fronts of defense and the number of vulnerabilities.
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SWIFT has significantly enhanced its vision and strategy moving from a messaging platform to a transaction management partner. Intelligent adaptation has helped SWIFT adapt over time. Changes in payment and messaging platforms are impacting many companies. Hear how the new payment strategy can influence your understanding of payments whether you are a treasury or payments professional. This has applicability to SWIFT members and those not on the network. This covers even if you aren’t a SWIFT member. APIs, pre-validation, etc. help us to contemplate the new world of control, payments and what is new at SWIFT.
A year into the COVID-19 global pandemic, the Treasury Coalition continues to gather data on the crisis and recovery. The Coalition, formed to assist treasury and finance professionals by means of timely information, collects and distributes data through the Global Recovery Monitor, a brief survey currently run on a bi-monthly basis. Its areas of inquiry include concerns and response plans, economic preparations and outlooks, impact changes, and developments over time. With a full year’s worth of data now, this webinar will review the results of all 19 periods, dive into cross cuts, and discuss what organizations can do moving forward in 2021.
Finance professionals know the vital importance of protecting their payments against the ever-present threat of fraud. As technology evolves rapidly, the modern accounts payable department has many options and tactics available to it for mitigating fraud risks. This webinar will explain those options and tactics, focusing on the use of technology for controls, such as vendor validation, to prevent fraud and manage payments efficiently and securely.
This webinar covers the results and provides insights into the 2021 Treasury Fraud and Controls Survey. This survey’s purpose was to evaluate the current and projected impact of fraud on the finance and treasury environment. Practitioners were polled on their experiences with fraud and on the range of controls, safeguards, and security practices employed to protect their financial assets and information. The data was compiled and is used to educate the industry as to how the fraud landscape is evolving, and how practitioners can better protect themselves and their organizations against attacks.
During this webinar, attendees will learn how virtual cards function and what spot they can fill in the company’s payable strategy. We will discuss the manner in which they can add value and reduce complexity, cost and concerns to corporations.
Treasury departments require massive connectivity both to internal and external groups. Treasury aggregators can help. In this webinar, we discuss the pain points driving this technology, such as fraud, disparate and evolving payment formats, complexity, compliance, and staffing, along with the various way in which a treasury aggregator can address those pain points and support efficient and controlled operations. Additional topics will include the role of a treasury aggregator within the larger treasury technology landscape, factors affecting the future of aggregation, and leading practices for implementation.
A first principle is a basic assumption that cannot be reduced further. First principles thinking involves deconstruction (breaking down complicated problems into basic elements) and then reconstruction (reassembling them) in order to make better decisions, processes and systems. Join Strategic Treasurer and HighRadius for a webinar on how using this type of thinking can transform treasury.
Organizations and finance staff must improve consistently in order to stay competitive, and competitiveness almost always requiring leveraging technology. In this panel discussion, the conversation focuses on the most promising technologies that are in play now and are seeing increasing adoption in finance. How should organizations move forward with technology (staying current, learning, piloting, expanding), and how should a finance professional respond personally to the opportunity and risk of disruptive technology? Which technologies will eat another’s lunch? What is driving the focus on forecasting? What is actually current in data analytics?
In response to the COVID-19 global pandemic, the Treasury Coalition formed to assist treasury and finance professionals in examining the impact the industry. Through weekly, biweekly, monthly, and now bi-monthly surveys, data has been collected, analyzed, and distributed for the good of the industry. Specifically, the survey looked to gather concerns, response plans, and monitor economic preparations and impact changes throughout the pandemic life cycle. This webinar will review the results to date, dive into cross cuts of the data, and discuss what organizations can do as we recover.