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4 Ways to Modernize Your A/R Operations Right Now

The digital revolution is impacting virtually every industry across the board, and the way payments are made, managed, processed, and ultimately applied to customer accounts is no exception. Accounts receivables (A/R) operations are caught in a web of legacy systems and a fast-growing list of payment methods, channels, and customer demands.

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A Distributor's Commitment to Doing ‘Whatever it Takes’ Improves Accounts Receivables Efficiencies and Customer Service

Tankersley Foodservice is committed to doing “Whatever it Takes” for customers. That includes offering an array of payment options and assurances that payments get posted to accounts quickly and efficiently within their back-office system. By implementing an integrated receivables solution, Tankersley has been able to stay true to that mission while driving significant internal efficiencies.

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Topics: online payments, mobile remote deposit capture, integrated receivables, Check Scanning, Remote Deposit Capture, electronic payments, Cash Application

Eliminate Float, Improve Cash Application with Mobile Remote Deposit Capture Solutions

Rural Mutual Insurance Company knows a thing or two about managing a remote workforce accepting payments. Founded in 1934 to serve the needs of Wisconsin farmers, Rural Mutual has grown to become the largest business insurer in the Wisconsin, and one of the Top 50 property and casualty insurance providers in the country with 78,000 policies in force.

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Topics: mobile remote deposit capture, mRDC, RDC, Cash Application

FTNI in the News: What's the most interesting company in the Silicon Prairie? The answer may surprise you.

 Originally published on SiliconPrairieNews.com on 11/28/2018.

Financial Transmission Network, Inc. (called FTNI) is an integrated receivables company located in West Omaha.  The company shares unassuming space with a bank and insurance agents. Inside their office, however, is a totally different culture and theme.

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FTNI In the News: A Guide to Remote Deposit Capture Solutions

 
Originally published on remotedepositcapture.com on 3/30/17.
 
There is no one set of criteria for businesses to use in assessing remote deposit capture. In this, the first in a series of articles, we offer key considerations and guidance for businesses interested in RDC solutions.
What are businesses looking for from RDC solutions? It depends on who you ask.
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Topics: RDC, integrated receivables, Remote Deposit Capture

FTNI In the News: New Partnership Brings AR Automation to Horicon Bank Clients

Originally published on pymnts.com on 2/22/17.

Horicon Bank and Financial Transmission Network, better known as FTNI, are partnering up to help streamline the accounts receivable process for corporates.

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Topics: RDC, integrated receivables, Remote Deposit Capture

FTNI In the News: Talking Electronic Payments and Integrated Receivables with Midlands Business Journal

Electronic payments continue to be a key focus for both B2C and B2B organizations as companies look to evolve their payment processing and accounts receivables capabilities—and supporting technology—to keep up with rapidly-changing customer payment preferences.

Recently, our Director of Sales & Marketing, Zac Robinson, sat down with the Midlands Business Journal to discuss the ongoing evolution of electronic payment technologies and the value of companies moving to a truly integrated approach that allows them to accept, process and post any payment method, from any payment channel; all from a single platform.

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Topics: mobile payments, online payments, integrated receivables, electronic payments

Tearing Down B2B Payment Silos with Integrated Receivables Solutions

Originally published on PYMNTS.com on 10/20/2015.

For a corporate treasurer to be able to view all of his or her company’s receivables in a single look sounds like, in the words of MPD CEO Karen Webster, “manna from heaven.”

FTNI (Financial Transmission Network, Inc.) is turning that dream into a reality with its Integrated Receivables solution, which focuses on eliminating siloed payments within corporate organizations.

Can it work? Yes, provided — as Kurt Matis, President and CEO of FTNI, discussed with Webster — that a corporation has an understanding of its primary pain points and the patience to address them one at a time.

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Topics: Straight Through Processing, B2B Payment Processing, integrated receivables, Banks

FTNI to Exhibit at AFP 2014 in Washington D.C.

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AFP 2014FTNI is excited to connect with treasury and finance professionals from across the country at the upcoming AFP Annual Conference, November 2 – 5, 2014 at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington D.C. The event is one of the most respected and best attended conferences of the year, and features renown guest speakers such as Dr. Ben S. Bernake, former Chairman of the Federal Reserve, and Thomas L. Friedman, Foreign Affairs Columnist of the New York Times.

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How to Increase Donations through Enhanced Payments Technology

Every year nonprofits generate trillions of dollars in revenue, adding billions to the national economy. These numbers are impressive, but even so, most nonprofits still struggle with increasing the level of donations required to adequately accomplish their charity’s needs. They are challenged with trying to continually raise incoming donations with limited staff and tight budgets.

The good news is that there are some simple changes nonprofits can implement to their giving campaigns that can add up to big results. It’s no surprise that we live in a fast-paced, technology enabled world. The average person is exposed to hundreds of marketing messages each day through a myriad of mediums on a host of different devices. Catching donors attention and getting through to them when and where the message will most resonate can be challenging. However, these same technological advancements can be turned from a challenge into an opportunity for the savvy nonprofit.

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