Having long dealt with cash flow challenges and dated paper-based processes, accounts receivable teams at industrial and manufacturing firms are finally digitizing their operations. Read this blog to learn what contributed to this digital shift.
We address five of merchants’ burning payment processing questions, explain why B2B payment acceptance is becoming more customer-focused, and explore what payment processing services are out there.
Using Versapay’s accounts receivable automation software, a leading cybersecurity enterprise transformed their manual invoicing processes to re-allocate 50 hours per month to high-impact work.
Good cash flow is an important component of a healthy business. And the key to accelerating cash flow lies in leveraging accounts receivable. More specifically, in taking advantage of the digitization of accounts receivable.
Behind the scenes, a credit card transaction has many moving parts. In this blog, we explain the difference between payment processors, payment gateways, and payment facilitators and their role in processing credit card transactions.
This guide will help you understand how credit card processing technology can speed up and automate payments, reduce manual processes, accelerate cash flow, drive more revenue, and empower your crucial staff to perform more strategic and impactful activities.
Using Versapay’s integrated payment solutions, Engineering Sales Associates reduced its past-due invoices from 33% to 9% in 3 months.
Embedding your payments experience within NetSuite lets you efficiently process customer payments, offer diverse payment methods, lower your processing fees, automate manual processes, enhance security, and increase revenue.
Discover the payment methods most commonly used in B2B transactions, the advantages digital and smart payments have over traditional payments, and explore the future of B2B payments.
Chargebacks issuances are up 25% due to COVID-19. This blog explores the cause of chargebacks, how to prevent chargebacks, and why some chargebacks are inevitable.