BAI Webinar:

Integrated Payables
and Receivables

Why Commercial Customers Need Your Help

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RECORDED: September 19, 2019
TIME: 1:00 - 2:00 PM CT

For a business to be sustainable, it needs to accurately account for money owed and pay suppliers for materials or services (payables and receivables). For many businesses, this process is like swimming on top of a vast ocean. They simply don’t know what’s coming and going beneath them!

However, businesses that adopt automation and integration of their complex payables and receivables processes benefit from a greater understanding of their overall cash position and better control over what’s coming in and what’s going out. It’s like putting on a scuba mask and seeing underneath the surface. Join us for this complimentary BAI webinar for insights into how you can help your customers navigate these choppy waters.

Key Takeaways:

  • State of payables and receivables
  • Trends and technology to keep businesses afloat
  • What financial institutions can do to help their commercial customers
  • How it benefits the financial institution



Stephanie Foster
Product Manager

Stephanie Foster launched her career in financial technology nearly two decades ago at Western Union, where she led global cross-functional teams and managed more than $50 million in revenue and over 1,000 agent locations in 13 territories. In her current role as a product manager at Fiserv, Stephanie helped implement a metric-based go-to-market strategy for a new Software as a Service (SaaS) integrated receivables product.

Stephanie was named one of the Electronic Transaction Association’s (ETA) Forty Under 40 for 2019, an annual award that celebrates gamechangers in the payments technology industry. In 2018, she was selected from a list of 500 nominees to participate in Money 20/20’s inaugural Rise Up program. Stephanie helped found Women Driving Innovation to connect, inspire and empower the next generation of female thought leaders in tech.

Dennis Wang
Director, Product Management

With over 13 years in the financial services industry spanning the asset/wealth management, retail and commercial corporate banking segments, Dennis is passionate about seeing financial services as tools that support the end customers. That focus has led Dennis to build and support award-winning financial products and services that address each client’s needs.

Dennis worked for seven years at PNC, where he received five product-related patents, before moving to Fiserv. In his role at Fiserv, Dennis drives actionable deliverables and measurable outcomes by aligning services to financial institutions’ strategic plans to help optimize their use of information technology and enhance their business processes. Dennis also serves on the board of the Chartiers Community Mental Health and Retardation Center in Bridgeville, PA. Dennis has his masters in information sciences from Carnegie Mellon and his undergraduate industrial engineering degree from Virginia Tech.