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The 'Verticalization' Of B2B Payments
Banks, corporates and even regulators recognize the imperative to modernize — not just digitize — the infrastructures and workflows that move money and data between businesses domestically and cross-border. Ken Gavrity, EVP and Head of Enterprise Payments and Analytics, joined PYMNTS CEO Karen Webster for a fireside chat during PYMNTS.com and Visa’s month-long virtual series, “B2B Payments 2021: What Will You Change?” Click on the video above to view the interview in its entirety.
Industrial Weekly Market Round-Up
Industrial Weekly Market Round-up provides you with our unique insights into the Industrial industry's dynamics during this time of global disruption and volatility.
Fraud Activities During COVID-19 & How to Protect your Organization
As the world settles into a new normal, cybercriminals are using different ways to creep into our business operations. Watch the replay of our live webinar with our elite panel of fraud experts.
The Future of Clinical Trials: Decentralized, Diversified, Efficient and Fast
In the COVID-19 era, vaccine and therapeutic drug development is more important than ever. Yet, for pharma and biopharma companies and CROs, it is increasingly costly and difficult to secure the participation of clinicians and patients in clinical trials. This article examines innovative approaches that reduce the barriers to patient and physician participation, expand the diversity of patient populations, and accelerate the development of safe and effective medicines.
Future-Proofing the Insurance Industry: The Ohio National Financial Services Payments Transformation
Payments systems are both complex and critical, particularly in the insurance industry – good reasons for investing in new technology-based offerings. Yet for legacy industries with longstanding processes, established payments systems are challenging to replace because they are deeply integrated with many departments and functions of the business.
It’s a Hybrid World After All: Communications Technology for the Future of Work
What is the future of the physical workplace? Learn more on the hybrid prediction from leading technology experts.
AP Automation Meets the Moment Today and Beyond
In an increasingly digital world, manual accounts payable (AP) processes have become antiquated. AP automation can solve these challenges, save time and personnel resources and give your business flexibility and security in uncertain situations.
The New Un-Normal in Multifamily
To date, the multifamily sector is surprising the industry’s naysayers and continuing to outperform other property types in the face of the economic impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic. Learn more.
Future of Hospitals in Post-COVID America - Part 2
In the second of two articles on the Future of Hospitals in Post-COVID America, we explore how enlightened healthcare policies, private sector investment and market forces can support hospital transformation and meet regional needs for higher quality, more affordable and more consistently accessible care.
Great Expectations for Private SaaS Growth Subdued by COVID-19 Crisis
Data from more than 500 private SaaS company respondents was analyzed and summarized in the following article, telling a tale of disruption and uncertainty – one that has yet to resolve as the pandemic continues.
Now is the Time for Your Business to Embrace Payment Automation
As society's digital transformation is accelerated by the social distancing required during the coronavirus pandemic, businesses need to respond by moving more quickly toward a contactless payment platform. Learn about the benefits – including increasing efficiency, improving security and reducing errors – of automating your payment and receivable systems.
Public Health and Healthcare in Post-COVID America: Innovative Solutions for a Healthier, More Prosperous Society
COVID-19’s disproportionate impact on vulnerable populations and communities has called more attention to broad disparities in social determinants of health (SDoH). One potential positive outcome from this crisis is the opportunity to systematically address SDoH at national scale with a wave of investment and coordination in innovative, holistic services. This article looks at challenges in addressing social health needs while highlighting organizations leading efforts today.