How are payment inefficiencies impacting competitiveness and growth?
In times of economic volatility, companies understandably focus on their core capabilities due to reduced budgets and resources to help them navigate market conditions.
Many organisations are also struggling due to a lack of payments automation, integration and control.
This is in turn leads to poor forecasting, prolonged reconciliation and delayed sales bookings, ultimately impacting competitiveness and growth.
So what steps can companies take to overcome these common challenges?
Hear our payments experts share their insights.
Strategic Customer Success Manager
With 25+ years of experience working for vendors, banks, payment schemes, infrastructure providers, and as specialist consultant, Richard has gained extensive experience in the solutions to the issues surrounding business payments. His specialties include domestic ACH, cross-border, real-time payments, SWIFT, and emerging business payment methods and innovations in the payments and cash management world.
Global New Business Sales Director
John Rodgers is the Corporate Solutions Global Sales Director for Bottomline Technologies, who partner with organisations to help them succeed, win and grow with their payments and cash lifecycle direction.
After spending over two decades with Bottomline driving excellent customer outcomes across multiple international geographies, John knows what truly helps solve some of the global and domestic challenges many organisations face in navigating the complexities of the payments landscape in this new era of uncertainty and disruption.
John is an experienced fintech leader and is passionate about our mission to help businesses gain better efficiency and control over their payments and cash lifecycle, which is more relevant than ever.