MineralTree to Host Panel at Boston FinTech Week to Discuss Challenges and Opportunities in Business Payments
Cambridge, MA, September 9, 2019 – MineralTree, a market-leading accounts payable and payment automation provider, will host an exclusive panel discussion at Boston FinTech Week 2019, taking place September 9-12 in Downtown Boston.
“Bills, Bills, Bills: How FinTech Is Transforming Business Payments”, is a panel discussion addressing common pain-points among business payments and innovative ways middle-market businesses and fintechs are working together to address the need for a more efficient, streamlined payments process. Attendees can request a free invite to this exclusive panel discussion here.
The session will be moderated by Micah Remley, CEO of MineralTree, and will feature Mahati Makkumala, Vice President of Finance at Piaggio Fast Forward; Sarah Ablett, SVP, Payment Product Manager at Texas Capital Bank; and Rebecca Morrison, Vice President of Finance and Operations at Lola.com.
“Boston Fintech Week is a time to dive deep into the challenges and opportunities in financial services, what is driving innovation and so much more,” said MineralTree CEO Micah Remley. “I am looking forward to sharing MineralTree’s story, alongside so many other Boston companies that are on the cutting edge of financial technology.”
- What: Bills, Bills, Bills: How FinTech Is Transforming Business Payments
- When: Thursday, September 12 from 1:00 – 2:30 p.m. ET
- Where: The DCU FinTech Innovation Center, 9th Floor, 695 Atlantic Avenue, Boston, Mass. 02111
To register for this free event, visit: https://billsbillsbillshowfintechistra.splashthat.com/
MineralTree provides the easiest to use Accounts Payable (AP) and Payment Automation solutions for finance professionals at middle market enterprises. MineralTree streamlines AP, giving customers unparalleled visibility and significant cost savings in an affordable, integrated platform that is guaranteed secure. For more information, visit www.mineraltree.com.
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