8 Best Practices for Mitigating the Risk of Payments Fraud

If it feels like your accounts payable department is under siege by fraudsters, you are not alone. Payments fraud is at an all-time high. Worse, it’s not just your checks that are at risk.  Fraudsters are using new tools and sophisticated schemes to infiltrate electronic payments to suppliers.  The good news is that eight best … Read More

Taking Operations to the Next Level

The core to any successful operation is having strong people, process, and technology; however, the magic of taking an operation to the next level happens when these three are in continuous discovery and improvement. People: Your greatest asset and investment Motivated, happy people are the key to the success of your operation. Invest early and … Read More

5 Ways Electronic Payments Improve the Healthcare Revenue Cycle

If your healthcare organization’s knees are buckling from the pressure of managing shrinking reimbursement rates, skyrocketing costs, and growing cyber security threats, you are not alone.  Hospital and health system CFOs and revenue cycle leaders are under ever-increasing pressure to develop strategies to improve the financial health of their organizations—and his won’t change in 2020. … Read More

Public Schools Benefit from Electronic Payments

Technology is drastically changing how we do business. Public schools need services that are simple, efficient, and effortless. In this fast-paced, high-tech economic landscape, the pressure is on for public officials to do more with less.  Electronic payments enable schools to pay vendors more efficiently and securely. By adopting an automated ePayables solution, schools can … Read More

Long-Term Effects of Coronavirus for Higher Education

No one was budgeting for a global pandemic. The long-term effects of coronavirus for higher education have already started. Here’s what education marketers have to do. The economy has suffered some big hits lately that are bound to affect your private educational institution for some time to come. While the long-term effects of coronavirus for … Read More

Protecting Your Remote Operations

The novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak is having a major impact on businesses and is creating a major challenge for businesses throughout the country. In addition to forcing many employees to work from home, there are some even greater challenges facing businesses. The transition to a remote work environment has compromised the integrity of the controlled … Read More

10 Tips to Stay Productive While Working From Home

The global spread of COVID-19 has altered the work environment for many of us. In an effort to offset the spread of the virus, health and government officials are urging people to stay at home and many companies have implemented a work from home policy. Whether you’ve been working remote for years or just making … Read More

5 Ways Automated Payments Improve Remote Work

Catastrophes, disruptions, and pandemics can happen at any time. Business Continuity Plans must include steps and tools for business to keep running and sustain cash flow. Leveraging automated payments allows you to pay your suppliers remotely without business disruption. 5 Ways Automated Payments Improve Remote Work Automated Payments Eliminate the Need to Mail Checks • … Read More

Mitigating the Greatest Software Development Security Risk: Human Fallibility

Most application security failures are the result of people. Consequently, technology professionals understand that they should rotate access credentials/keys. Programmers know that SQL injection is bad, just as network engineers understand that opening SSH or RDP to the internet is dangerous. You probably know that you should not email financial information to the individual claiming … Read More

How to Build a Threat Hunter Mentality

One Hundred and Ninety-Seven. That’s the average number of days an advanced persistent threat, known as an APT, can dwell without being detected inside a network—according to the 2018 Cost of a Data Breach Study conducted by the Ponemon Institute. That is a six-month period in which a very quiet threat, using sophisticated tactics, is actively exploring the network and most likely offloading sensitive data before it’s noticed, not even counting the days, weeks, months needed to then respond and recover from its foothold.  Data breaches can cause devastating financial … Read More