Card Payments

Card Payments

The Millennial Impact on Payment Innovation
5/22/2018 • 3:40 PM – 4:20 PM • Room 207 • Audience: Intermediate

In today’s digital, mobile-first world, millennials are constantly leaning on newer, on-demand technologies to meet their payment needs, such as Apple Pay, and tend to be skeptical of traditional institutions. Banks need to circumvent this issue by building the millennial point of view into their roadmaps and delivering solutions designed for the future. Discover how millennials are impacting payment innovation and the tools and strategies that can help banks meet this generation’s ever-changing expectations.

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What to Look for in an ePayables Provider
5/22/2018 • 4:40 PM – 5:30 PM • Room 327 • Audience: Intermediate

You’re thinking about implementing an a virtual card program or changing your current provider. But how do you know which provider is the best fit? Let us offer a few important points of consideration. During our presentation, we will provide insight into the following: ERP/accounting system integrations, rebates and large ticket items, dedicated implementation and vendor enrollment teams, enrolling vendors to accept virtual card payments, and program reporting and metrics.

Staying Ahead of Fraud Trends: Commercial Card Management Best Practices
5/23/2018 • 9:30 AM-10:20 AM • Room 205 • Audience: Intermediate

Today’s treasury professionals and commercial card program administrators are challenged with maintaining a productive card payment program while mitigating fraud risks and developing effective card control strategies. To keep up with the ever changing card fraud environment requires corporate practitioners to use tried and true card controls in combination with emerging technology to protect information. We will discuss effective card control and management strategies for combating fraud threats and maintain a successful card program.

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The Way We Pay: Hot Topics in Payments
5/23/2018 • 9:30 AM-10:20 AM • Room 206 • Audience: Intermediate

This session will provide attendees with high-level updates on payment topics of interest to corporate practitioners and financial institutions. The presenter will focus on recent developments, industry initiatives and trends in areas such as “faster” payments (same-day ACH and real-time), mobile payments, credit and debit cards, and fraud and security.

The Future is Digital: Successfully Navigating a Paperless AP Landscape
5/23/2018 • 9:30 AM-10:20 AM • Room 207 • Audience: Intermediate

The future is digital, but that doesn’t mean getting there is easy. The payments space is evolving to become almost completely paperless, and companies striving toward that goal meet many challenges. From system limitations to the inevitable reallocation of employees, going digital can be tough. This panel will share the business benefits of a digital transition and offer tips for navigating common roadblocks.
Sponsored by: BMO Harris Bank

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Emerging Trends: The Ins and Outs of Integrated Payables
5/23/2018 • 2:10 PM-3:00 PM • Room 327 • Audience: Intermediatee

Finance professionals are being increasingly called upon to provide strategic leadership to identify ways to eliminate cost and increase inefficiencies, plus provide bottom line improvement. Cutting edge AP departments are starting to embrace an emerging solution called integrated payables. What is an integrated payables solution? What are Virtual Cards and how do they fit in an integrated payables solution? What are the benefits of an integrated payables solution?How do I find the right system?

Paycards: Generational Trends Shaping the Future of Worker Pay
5/23/2018 • 4:00 PM-4:50 PM • Room 324 • Audience: Intermediate

As the landscape of buying and selling changes with the introduction of new technologies and systems, the way people view the exchange of money for workforce compensation is also changing rapidly. As younger workers enter the workforce they are bringing their digitally native ways with them, including their new financial needs and behaviors. Millennials and Generation Z workers are tremendously influential segments of the workforce; growing in knowledge, confidence, and independence every day.