Payment Aggregators: The New Alchemists for B2B Payments
Payment aggregators are rapidly becoming a key component for B2B payments, especially in the healthcare and education sectors. Aggregators bring supply chain financing (SCF)to a broad application within the marketplace, yet their role and unique capabilities are not well understood. For payment and card professionals, aggregators working within a buyer-initiated payment (BIP) architecture can deliver meaningful solutions to payers and suppliers alike, driving card acceptance and transactional volume significantly higher.
To increase attendees' understanding of payment aggregators and related topics:
- how to increase revenue opportunities through supply chain financing
- role aggregators can play in A/P outsourcing
- impact on supplier acceptance of P-Card
- rationale for why the BIP architecture is required for aggregators and suppliers
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Advanced Commercial Card and payment professionals. It might be of particular interest to those in the healthcare and higher education markets, which are key growth areas for payment aggregators today, but usage is also expanding to other markets.
This is a great opportunity for all to gain an education on an up-and-coming payments solution.
||This presentation is approximately 90 minutes in duration|
|Original Presentation Date
Thursday, August 16, 2012
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About the Speakers:
Steve Evans is CEO and founder of Bora Payment Systems, LLC ("Bora") and the inventor of the Payer Direct Hub®, a buyer-initiated payment (BIP) service for P-Cards. Previously, Mr. Evans was president of Bora Software, Inc. and served as an electronic payments consultant to Wells Fargo Bank, Bank of America, and regional banks.
Paul Musselman,vice presidentof sales at Bora Payment Systems, has served in senior sales roles for nearly a decade. Prior to joining Bora, Mr. Musselman served as national sales director for TSYS Loyalty & Prepaid; FNMS (card-issuing subsidiary of First National of Nebraska, Inc.); and Green Dot Corporation.
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Attendee Comment (only one was provided):
- Excellent pace; it offered ample time to ask and review the topic being discussed