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  • Client Story

    May 8, 2020
    An offshore drilling contractor with operations on six continents was experiencing extreme delays in the procurement of goods and services, which also created payment processing challenges and high transaction costs to issue purchase orders and process invoices for payment.
  • Whitepaper

    August 11, 2023
    By Benjamin Kelly and Edwin OlooThe big picture: The International Organization for Standardization’s (ISO) new global messaging standard, ISO 20022, is set to be adopted by payment processing organizations globally by 2025.
  • Newsletter

    September 8, 2021
    Ransomware attacks have been around for many years. In the past, cyber-threat actors would penetrate a company’s computer and network systems and obtain data with the objective of returning it upon payment. The demanded payments were usually smaller than the ransoms requested in recent incidents. Most of these incidents weren’t financially material, nor were they reported publicly.
  • Client Story

    October 18, 2021
    Organizations in the managed healthcare sector contend with ongoing claims payment challenges, among many others. Fragmented systems, manual claim auditing, payment errors and tedious reporting drain countless employee hours, and relentless regulatory demands bring pressures daily.
  • Whitepaper

    December 2, 2021
    First there were layaways. Conjured during the Great Depression when people were struggling to make ends meet, layaways allowed people to buy big-ticket items and pay in installments before walking away with their product. Layaways were especially popular around the holidays when many people reserved all their gifts in advance and started saving for them through a layaway program.
  • Client Story

    August 20, 2021
    Complex revenue arrangements, multiple services and a plethora of payment options create a tangled web for healthcare companies — a web they must untangle to properly account for revenue, especially if they are part of a portfolio or considering a public offering on their own.