PAYMENTS 2016 | Join Us Next Week!
Next week, MineralTree CEO and Founder, BC Krishna, and Director of Business Development, Matt Hawkins, will be at NACHA’s Payments 2016 Conference sharing insights and ideas about the future of business payments.
Payments 2016 brings together thousands of payments system stakeholders from business end-users, financial, and technology services organizations to debate and explore pressing issues and opportunities.
Are you planning to attend NACHA Payments 2016?
If so, contact Matt Hawkins at Matthew.Hawkins@MineralTree.com
to meet up for coffee and a conversation!
If you are attending Payments 2016, be sure to check out the following speaking sessions that BC Krishna will be participating in:
Ensuring Business Bill Pay Isn’t a Dead End
Monday, April 18 at 10:30 a.m.
Phoenix Convention Center, North Building Room #232
Omar Loya, SVP and group product manager at City National Bank, joins BC Krishna in exploring how banks can support the growing needs of business banking customers. They’ll discuss how growing organizations need advanced workflow and approval processes, support for payment mechanisms such as ACH, and integration with ERP and accounting packages. Attendees will learn how to leverage business payments as a strategic function that drives revenue and builds stronger relationships with business customers.
A Directory Concept Update: Changing the Way Businesses Make Payments
Tuesday, April 19 at 8:15 a.m.
Phoenix Convention Center, North Building Room #224
In this session, BC Krishna joins Michael Bilski, CEO of North American Banking Company, Patti Ritter, Senior Treasury Operations Manager at Republic Services, and Claudia Swendseid, SVP of The Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis to provide an update of The Remittance Coalition. In this interactive session, panelists will discuss how an open, non-proprietary directory can change the way payments are made, potential efficiencies a directory would bring to businesses, and the investment and infrastructure necessary to ensure success.
In addition, Team ClearXign is a finalist in the NACHA Challenge, a team competition to foster new ways to improve the ACH end-user experience by filling market gaps or removing friction points. Join us on Monday, April 18th as BC Krishna presents Team ClearXign’s solution on how businesses can make payments using the ACH system without sharing, storing, and managing account information.