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27 Nov '23

How payment technology is transforming accounting

Payment technology has emerged as a pivotal force driving substantial change in accounting systems and processes. The pace of this change is prompting businesses to complete a comprehensive reevaluation of their financial transaction practices. From streamlining invoicing procedures to strengthening cash flow management, innovation in payment technology is not only revolutionising financial processes but also significantly reshaping the professional landscape for accounting professionals. This article delves into the influence of tech-driven payment solutions on the accounts receivable and accounts payable functions, and its impact on employee productivity and engagement. Keep reading to learn more.


21 Nov '23

Extended payment terms: A win-win for businesses and their customers

Late payments continue to impact businesses of all sizes, disrupting cash flow, straining relationships, and impeding growth.


8 Nov '23

Understanding the role of a payment facilitator and how to choose the right partner for your business

Online payment platforms and mobile apps have made it possible to make quick, secure, and convenient transactions that once required time-consuming paperwork and in-person interactions.


30 Oct '23

How to drive growth across your franchise network

Your franchise network likely has strong systems and processes to ensure that your franchisees have everything they need to succeed. But if you’ve had these systems in place for a number of years, particularly if they are manual or disjointed, it could be hampering growth across the network.

Franchise Executives

24 Oct '23

Making money move: The impact of FinTechs, innovation, and digital technology in B2B payments

The ability to digitise and automate business systems and processes has driven the transformation of B2B payments in recent years. From being able to process card-not-present transactions to integrations that make payments and the associated accounting and administration processes seamless, innovation is catching up to B2C channels. Worryingly, however, adoption lags.

Australian Fintech

3 Oct '23

How accepting credit cards can benefit your business

As cash flow pressures persist, businesses need to look for smart ways to effectively manage their finances without causing inconveniences for their trading partners


28 Sep '23

Is your business using integrated payments? Adopt now or get left behind

The rise of digitisation in recent years has helped businesses transform the way they work. Whether a company has used automation to make account reconciliation and reporting easier or found ways to optimise other processes, using technology that integrates across a business is what drives truly powerful transformation. 

Inside FMCG

6 Sep '23

Understanding the dynamic link between accounts receivable and accounts payable

Accounts Payable (AP) and Accounts Receivable (AR) functions are distinct but interconnected components of the financial process.


23 Aug '23

Embedded finance: A game changer for B2B trade

Optimising and digitising payment processes and improving customer experiences are vital for businesses wanting to stay ahead of the curve.


15 Aug '23

Five ways to optimise your payment collections process

Efficient management of accounts receivable is crucial for businesses of all sizes. It serves as the lifeblood of healthy cash flow, enabling businesses to better allocate resources, invest in strategic initiatives, and grow faster.  


7 Aug '23

How synergies between order-to-cash and procure-to-pay processes drive better business efficiencies

The order-to-cash (O2C) and procure-to-pay (P2P) processes are two essential frameworks that help businesses effectively manage their sales, procurement, and payment activities.


10 Jul '23

Spenda: Driving more effective business outcomes

Business efficiency is a critical aspect of achieving success in today’s competitive landscape. Investing in technologies that promote business efficiency allows companies to operate smarter, make more informed decisions, and better adapt to changing market demands.

Ola Crouch