Utilizing Payments Automation - Buyers vs Suppliers

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Tuesday, October 27, 2020 | 2:00pm - 3:00pm Eastern Time | Free Webinar

When it comes to digitizing payments, the goal for many businesses is to automate accounts payable from procurement to payments to help increase efficiency, reduce costs, and earn new income. Over the last several months, as more business have moved their operations remote, we have come to learn that transitioning to an automated payments approach has never been more critical. However, there is still a great deal on resistance. In this webinar, industry experts will discuss modernizing payments to improve collaboration between buyers and suppliers and deliver mutual value and drive efficiency.

What you will learn:

  • How the changes over the last 6 months have affected B2B payments
  • The trends redefining business payments for 2021
  • What technologies are available for companies to leverage in order to automate their operation
  • How payment companies are utilizing automation between buyers and suppliers

crop.Brousseau Headshot 1.jpg.thumbnail-150px-square.150x150.jpegMark Brousseau
President, Brousseau & Associates 

Over the past 26 years, Mark Brousseau has established himself as a thought leader on accounts payable, accounts receivable, payments and document automation.   A popular speaker at industry conferences and on webinars and podcasts, Brousseau advises prominent end-users and solutions and services providers on how to use automation to improve document- and payments-driven business processes.  Brousseau has chaired numerous educational conferences and has served on several industry committees and boards.  He resides in Center City Philadelphia with his wife and three sons.


Liane Sanson
President, Advertising and Media Division, Corporate Spending Innovations

Liane Sanson joined Corporate Spending Innovations in 2008. After holding several different roles in sales and operations, Liane now serves as President of Advertising and Media where she leads the operational and business development functions within the division and develops product roadmaps and new technologies pertinent to the industry.

Liane has gained a wealth of knowledge about CSI’s products and operations through her progressive history with the company. From her beginnings as regional sales manager for CSI’s fleet products, to her leadership role in developing the groundbreaking globalVCard electronic payment solution, Liane’s work has yielded many accomplishments for both CSI and its partners, including record sales and revenue growth.


Kristy Jorgenson
Director of Finance, The Goodway Group

Kristy Jorgenson is a Director of Finance who works with the finance team and other functional team leaders to execute Goodway’s strategic initiatives while providing coaching and support for other finance professionals to achieve their development goals.

Kristy believes that the finance function can be innovative, is key to the success of any organization and that a people-first culture is the only way to achieve the most desired results.  The best leaders are those who coach people to their fullest potential and see them grow into the most challenging roles.

Kristy has over 25 years of experience in nearly every area of finance and accounting, including banking, public accounting (tax and audit) and cost accounting for manufacturing companies in the wood products, food and agriculture industries. 


Loralee Bodo
Vice President, Commercial Sales and Partnerships, New Payment Flows, North America, Mastercard

Loralee Bodo is Vice President of Sales and Partnerships for Commercial and New Payment Flows in North America. In this role, she is responsible for building relationships and value in the B2B ecosystem with our bank and non-bank partners. Loralee has been with Mastercard for six years, where more than five of those years were spent leading sales and partnerships in Data and Services – bringing value to our digital partnerships through Mastercard’s data assets. 

As Mastercard seeks to define a world beyond cash, the New Payment Flows team is pursuing payment opportunities leveraging non-card technologies and continuing our rapid push past consumer-to-business payments. The largest identified opportunity for Mastercard in the U.S is in pursuing the trillions of $ still spent on cash, check and slow ACH. The New Payment Flows team creates new capabilities, new products and new businesses, including Track BPS. To win in the market, we leverage our strengths in brand, standards, consistency, trust and security, while capitalizing on new technologies and acquisitions.

Continuing Education Credits available:

Receive 1 CEU towards IOFM programs:

AP CertificationPP-OC_seal_APP_outline.FNLReceive 1 CEU towards maintaining any AP and P2P related program through IOFM! These programs are designed to establish standards for the profession and recognize accounts payable and procure-to-pay professionals who, by possessing related work experience and passing a comprehensive exam, have met stringent requirements for mastering the financial operations body of knowledge.

Continuing Education Credits available:

Receive 1 CEU towards IOFM programs:

AR-certFinal-AOCReceive 1 CEU towards maintaining any AR and O2C related program through IOFM! These programs are designed to establish standards for the profession and recognize accounts payable and procure-to-pay professionals who, by possessing related work experience and passing a comprehensive exam, have met stringent requirements for mastering the financial operations body of knowledge.

Thank you!

Thank you for registering for the live webinar: Utilizing Payments Automation - Buyers vs Suppliers, sponsored by Corporate Spending Innovations and Mastercard. A confirmation email will be sent shortly with login details.

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