Remote Deposit Capture (RDC) is an inefficient way to manage receivables. The RDC solutions offered by most banks and technology providers cannot support all payment types, cannot accurately capture all the necessary remittance information, cannot match payments and remittances, and cannot provide internal stakeholders and customers with the visibility they desire. Worse, RDC will become less effective as the mix of corporate payments continues to shift from paper to electronic. Integrated receivables solutions complement your RDC solution to offer a complete approach to receivables automation that delivers lower costs, faster cycles, fewer errors, and more visibility.
Join us on September 19th to learn five reasons businesses should migrate from RDC to integrated receivables.
Key Takeaways include:
- The latest payments and receivables benchmarks
- How remote deposit capture falls short of meeting today’s receivables needs
- 5 ways to improve receivables efficiency with integrated receivables
- The risks of continuing to rely on antiquated RDC technology
Special Projects Editor, IOFM
Mark Brousseau is a noted analyst, speaker, writer and marketer, with more than 21 years of experience in advising leading providers of financial operations solutions and services.
Brousseau is president of Brousseau & Associates, a full-service strategic marketing and business development consultancy with the largest client base of any firm of its kind. Brousseau & Associates counts among its clients many top solutions and services providers in the payables, receivables, payments, document management, and healthcare verticals.
Chief Marketing Officer, DadeSystems
A financial services and technology industry veteran with more than 30 years’ experience, Berdan was formerly Vice President of Market Development for Canadian-based D+H, a leading provider of technology solutions and a Top 20 Fin Tech provider. Prior to D+H, Berdan served as Vice President of Product Management at Harland Financial Solutions, where he was responsible for leading the company’s product strategy for core banking, branch automation, channel and payment solutions. Prior to Harland, Berdan was a veteran banker, including opening several community banks in Wisconsin and Florida. He served on the bank’s Board of Directors as Chief Operating Officer and as President of the bank’s wholly owned mortgage company.
Continuing Education Units available:
Receive 1 CEU toward renewing ARM, ARS, AOCM or AOCS certification from the Institute of Finance and Management! The Accounts Receivable Certification and Order-to-Cash Certification Programs are designed to establish standards for the profession and recognize Accounts Receivable and Order-to-Cash professionals who, by possessing related work experience and passing a comprehensive exam, have met stringent requirements for mastering the Accounts Receivable and Order-to-Cash bodies of knowledge.
This webinar is provided free of charge and underwritten by a sponsor. Following the webinar, you may be contacted by the sponsor with information about their products and services.
Continuing Education Credits available:
Receive 1 CEU towards IOFM programs:
Receive 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.