Read about the digital transformation of commercial payments and how to automate your enterprise cash cycle.
It's The End Of Interchange As We Know It (And I Feel Fine)
Jun 9, 2021 by Mark Fisher
“You never change things by fighting the existing reality. To change something, build a new model that makes the existing model obsolete.” ― Buckminster Fuller
EIPP Software's Future is in Blockchain: Issue #13
May 3, 2021 by Daniella Bourguetts
Editor’s note: Hello! 2021 is proving to be quite the year for a financial revolution – and now, in the middle of Q2, most companies are still in the process of adjusting to the new, post-COVID era. 78% of finance professionals predict that all future accounting methods will be automated, and we're seeing these changes happen sooner rather than later. This month, we're covering the rise of EIPP, a software that is moving the B2B payments industry forward. Subscribe now.
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Top 5 Cloud Software Offerings for B2B Companies
Mar 7, 2016 by Scott Campbell
In the old software model, a B2B company could expect a number of cash flow obstacles from software purchases. After they purchased computers for their employees, they would discover a purchase of Microsoft Office was also required. Later they would need to complete a full purchase of an accounting software. Perhaps they need two copies of an illustration software. This software may even require an IT tech to set them up. Each of these pieces of software may be used a lot at first, followed by not at all for a long stretch of time. This made it difficult to start a business. In today's software model, software can be "rented" as a cloud offering by the month. If the software is not used or not needed, the "rent" can simply be terminated, usually without any penalty. Here are the top 5 cloud offerings that can save a lot of money.
Four Keys to Adding Payments to Your Software Platform
Feb 11, 2016 by Jeremy Almond
It’s been said that “software is eating the world” - and it’s true. Software platforms for businesses (aka B2B software platforms) are proliferating at an accelerating rate, serving a dizzying array of business needs including accounting, project management, time tracking, billing, CRM, and many others. Developers are racing to fill the needs, creating broad-based “generic” platforms as well as highly specialized tools that cater to the specific needs of particular industries. So whether a company sells organic beverages to corner groceries or horse feed for thoroughbreds, there are probably multiple tools available to help them to better manage their business. The abundance of tools creates an imperative for platform providers to continuously add new capabilities to deliver value to their users. Increasingly, B2B software platform providers are turning to payment services as a key area of innovation.
The Top 5 Myths about Accepting Paper Check Payments
Nov 17, 2015 by Scott Campbell
Here in Silicon Valley it’s easy to forget that not every business process has been transformed by tech’s magic wand. Case in point: over half of all business-to-business payments still take place by paper check, sent via snail-mail. Even more surprising is that many of the companies we talk to are perfectly satisfied with a process that works exactly the same as it did 75 years ago. Are check payments a perfect example of “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it?” Or has the gospel of digital payments just not reached the traditional business world yet?
Blockchain Tech Could Save Global Business $550 Billion Per Year
Aug 31, 2015 by Jeremy Almond
This article originally appeared on CoinDesk.
How to Use WooCommerce to Email an Invoice with a “Pay Now” Link: A Step-by-Step Guide
Aug 16, 2015 by Scott Campbell
Get paid for one-off sales and services using the WooCommerce plug-in with a payment gateway.
What are eChecks and How Do You Accept Them?
Jun 20, 2015 by Scott Campbell
Credit cards are the default payment method for online businesses, but a new alternative is emerging to give them a run for their money. eChecks enable your customers to pay you directly from their bank account, using their secure online banking login. Your customer can authorize a one-time or recurring payment as quickly as a credit card transaction.