How Commercial Banking Will Shape The Future of B2B Payments

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Live Discussion Overview:  

The financial services industry has been trying to change the nature of B2B payments for decades.  And if you have been in the industry for a while you may think it will never happen.

But think again.   The same trends that are driving change for consumers – digital communities, customer experience innovation, and big data – are about to transform B2B as well.  In this live discussion we will hear from industry leaders about what to expect next.

On Tuesday, June 14, 2016 at 1:00 PM (EST), Karen Webster will be joined by Joe Schwartz of Bottomline Technologies, Jessica Moran of Bottomline Technologies and Dan Williams, FifthThird for a live digital discussion “How Commercial Banking Will Shape The Future of B2B Payments.” During the live discussion they provide insight on the evolution of B2B will discuss what comes next, over the near term and longer term.

Predictions we will cover include…

– How Digital Banking Communities Will Transform B2B

– How Commercial Banks Can Innovate Around the Payment to Drive Growth

– New Opportunities Driven by Data and Insights

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Digital Discussion Presenters:

– Joe Schwartz, SVP Product Management of Bottomline Technologies

– Jessica Moran, Business Executive of Bottomline Technologies

– Dan Williams, VP of Product Development, FifthThird

– Karen Webster, CEO of MPD


Featured PYMNTS Study: 

With eyes on lowering costs to improving cash flow, 85 percent of U.S. firms plan to make real-time payments integral to their operations within three years. However, some firms still feel technical barriers stand in the way. In the January 2020 Making Real-Time Payments A Reality Study, PYMNTS surveyed more than 500 financial executives to examine what it will take to channel RTP interest into real-world adoption. Here’s what we learned.

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