Read about the digital transformation of commercial payments and how to automate your enterprise cash cycle.
5 Reasons to Move From QuickBooks to Sage Intacct
Jun 23, 2022 by Sage Thee
QuickBooks has served your needs since day one and still (mostly) gets the job done. So why move from something familiar and functional like QuickBooks to a next-level accounting solution like Sage Intacct? The reasons may be more compelling (and urgent) than you realize:
5 Methods You Can Use to Reduce Late Payments
Jun 22, 2022 by Julia Duarte
In any industry, maintaining a steady cash flow is essential to running a business. When a company receives consistently late payments, day-to-day operations and overall progress slows down. By understanding why your customers are paying late, you can take steps to create an actionable plan to reduce your number of late payments and thrive as a business.
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Issue #11: The Fee (R)evolution
Mar 9, 2021 by Daniella Bourguetts
Editor’s note: Hello there, readers. This month we're taking a long hard look at the inconvenience of payment fees. Most B2B businesses still can't transact without giving away a chunk of their revenue to payment processors. But, this is starting to change and the landscape is evolving to eliminate transaction fees altogether. Subscribe now.
Payer Incentives: How Paystand Turned B2B Payments Into A Win-Win
Mar 4, 2021 by Mark Fisher
Paystand was founded with a core mission to reboot commercial finance. We believe the infrastructure that supports B2B payments and commercial transactions needs a complete overhaul.
Why Card Monopolies Are Failing B2B Businesses
Feb 19, 2021 by Daniella Bourguetts
If the last couple of years have taught us anything is that change is inevitable. On most occasions, it's impossible to predict global pandemics or the financial implications of profound political changes in the worldwide landscape.
Issue #10: The Journey to Zero
Feb 4, 2021 by Daniella Bourguetts
Editor’s note: Hello, readers. Welcome to the first newsletter of 2021. To kick off the year, we're setting the stage for what it means to create a new financial infrastructure for the B2B industry. It's something we call: The Journey to Zero. Subscribe now.
The Journey to Zero: How Paystand is Changing B2B Payments
Feb 3, 2021 by Daniella Bourguetts
Of the myriad problems facing businesses today, one over-arching challenge dominates all else: the B2B financial system remains essentially unchanged since the middle of the 20th century. At its core exists a fee-based transaction model for payments that no longer meets the needs of modern, digital-first businesses.
Leadventure: Automating AR with Paystand for Sustained Growth
Jan 28, 2021 by Daniella Bourguetts
Leadventure is a SaaS website provider of digital marketing services for dealerships, OEMs, and resellers across 13 verticals, operating multiple subsidiaries that provide solutions to drive leads and in-store sales. With over 28,000 clients and services that range from website management to marketing tools and eCatalogs, LeadVenture has formed relationships with some of the largest manufacturers in the industry.
4 Common Accounts Receivable Challenges and How To Solve Them
Jan 14, 2021 by Daniella Bourguetts
Most companies have an accounts receivable (AR) policy for when and how much to bill and when to collect. But research shows that not all businesses execute that policy effectively. In fact, the average US business has up to 24% of its monthly revenue tied up in overdue invoices.
Issue #09: The Year that Changed the World
Dec 21, 2020 by Daniella Bourguetts
Editor’s note: Hey there, my name is Daniela and I’m the editor of Paystand’s newsletter. Each month, I send a roundup of the best payments and finance content from Paystand and around the web, direct to your inbox. Don’t miss the next issue. Subscribe now.
3 Reasons to Consider an AR Automation Tool in Your 2021 Budget
Dec 15, 2020 by Daniella Bourguetts
For most CFOs, the COVID-19 crises caused a shift in priorities, leaning towards employee safety, and cutting down expenses in order to survive the unexpected economic shock that unfolded. In this environment, the careful planning and demands of building a budget for 2021 became more than routine exercise. Instead, it became a strategic imperative.