Is online banking scalable for all your business payments and collection needs?
Title: A New Way of Thinking: How to transform your business payments with THE CLOUD
Duration: 50 Minutes
As your business grows, your payments process can become complex and unwieldy. With customer, supplier and employee numbers increasing, it’s vital your business has a secure and easy to navigate process, for those multiple payment and collection needs.
Learn how a scalable cloud-based solution can help you achieve this and more.
Who should watch this webinar?
- Growing businesses who require an efficient payments solution,
- Organisations looking for an alternative to on-premise
- Individuals responsible for administering and upgrading their
payments software (inc: software end-of-life)
- Key decision makers responsible for strategic infrastructure planning
and business continuity planning.
New way of thinking webinar
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What will you learn:
Limitations of Online Banking
Portals for processing
Manual data entry, time
consuming processes and
costly transactional fees.
Discover why SMEs and
businesses using on-premise
payments software are turning
to THE CLOUD
Advantages of Direct Submission of Payments
Create payment files and
submit directly to Bacs
Scalability of The Cloud
Discover how you can easily upscale or downscale your business payment requirements and gain complete flexibility.
A self-confessed Payments Geek, Danny is our resident knowledge bank, who just so happens to have the same initials as Direct Debit.
With in-depth knowledge of everything from Bacs to Blockchain, he has an understanding of most major and emerging payment technologies – and if he doesn’t know, you will find him with his nose buried in a book, swotting up furiously.
If you have any questions in response to this webinar, please feel free to contact us.
We chose the cloud to replace an old system. We don’t have IT capacity to support upgrades, and liked the cloud-based light-touch.