U.S. Bank On Helping Businesses Pick Faster Payment Options

Real-Time Payments Report - October 2020

Slow payment options can be devastating to businesses’ stability and vendor relationships, but firms often find themselves struggling to choose the right faster payment alternatives, says U.S. Bank vice president of global treasury management for faster payments Adam Carter. In the inaugural Real-Time Payments Report, Carter discusses why businesses must weigh factors like speed, fees and infrastructural constraints when picking payment options that can satisfy recipients’ specific needs.

Inside the October Report
  • An interview with Adam Carter, vice president of global treasury management, faster payments at U.S. Bank, and Sara Cichoski, vice president of eEnterprise money movement at Elavon, about how businesses determine the faster payment adoptions best suited to their cash flow and budget needs
  • The latest headlines from the real-time payments space, including the launch of a Visa-PayPal collaboration intended to help SMBs get paid more quickly and PNC Bank treasury management division’s announcement of a new push-to-card payroll offering
  • A comprehensive analysis of how rapid payment rails are being leveraged to accelerate the flow of funds among businesses and consumers

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