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Ripple’s Director of Corporate Payments to Highlight Blockchain Use Case During Webinar Hosted by the Business Payment Coalition’s Vendor Forum

Ryan Gaylor to illustrate how Blockchain technology, and its real-world application, can solve B2B payment challenges for technology and financial professionals.

Atlanta, June 6, 2018 – The Business Payments Coalition’s Vendor Forum is hosting a webinar Monday, June 11, 3:00 PM EST featuring Ryan Gaylor, Director, Corporate Payments with Ripple.  Gaylor will bypass the hype and future-speak about blockchain and focus on real production use cases.  The webinar is open to the public and registrants will learn how Ripple is leveraging Blockchain technology for enhanced B2B payments today, the results of its initiatives, and the overall strategic impact on corporate treasury and liquidity management.

“We understand that Blockchain technology is the “term du jour” these days, especially in relation to its promise to enhance business operations and speed payments,” said Ernie Martin, Founder and Managing Director of Receivable Savvy and Chair of the Vendor Forum.  “With an increase in news about the benefits of Blockchain, Ryan Gaylor will help us cut through the hype and focus in on real use cases.  We anticipate an informative presentation that will help equip our Vendor Forum members and other professionals with the necessary insight to understand how to leverage Blockchain technology in their areas.”

Vendor Forum, as well as non-Vendor Forum, members are welcome to join the webinar by registering here: http://bit.ly/vendorforumripple

Who Should Attend:

Chief and senior executives, directors and managers in the areas of:

  • Banking and Finance
  • FinTech
  • Accounting
  • Procurement
  • Accounts Payable
  • Accounts Receivable
  • Cash Application

When:

  • Monday, June 11, 2018 @ 2:00 PM EST

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About Receivable Savvy

Receivable Savvy helps supplier organizations master the Accounts Receivable and Order-to-Cash process by maximizing revenue through proprietary research, best practice content and insight from subject matter experts.

Founded in 2015, the Receivable Savvy mission is to cultivate knowledge and understanding among supplier organizations while also delving into their habits, practices and preferences. Comprised of industry veterans, Receivable Savvy strives to be the primary source of financial supply chain information for Accounts Receivable professionals focused on key elements of the Order-to-Cash process.

Receivable Savvy helps its members understand issues around customer master data, order management, credit management, invoicing, accounts receivable, payment, collections management, invoice financing and cash application.  For more information, visit www.receivablesavvy.com.

About the Business Payments Coalition

The Business Payments Coalition is a volunteer group of organizations and individuals working together to promote greater adoption of electronic business-to-business (B2B) payments and electronic remittance data exchanges. The Coalition accomplishes this objective by addressing problems and barriers that make it difficult for businesses to use electronic alternatives to paper checks and remittance advices. The Coalition’s overarching goal is to make B2B payments more efficient across the end-to-end process, that is, to achieve straight-through-processing across both the procure-to-pay and order-to-cash cycles. Visit its website at: https://fedpaymentsimprovement.org/payments-efficiency/business-payments-coalition/

About the Vendor Forum

A sub-group within the Business Payments Coalition, the Vendor Forum offers a venue for over 90 software and technology providers, corporates, and financial institutions to collaborate. A major goal of the Vendor Forum is to encourage standards adoption to improve B2B payments efficiency and achieve straight-through-processing. The Vendor Forum seeks to foster dialogue, build awareness, and strengthen engagement among vendors and the communities they serve to promote automation and electronification of B2B payments and associated remittance information.

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