TMS Adoption: A Key Challenge in Asia
Despite the efficiency that treasury management systems can provide, many corporate treasurers in Asia still use spreadsheets.
From Paper to Electronic: What’s Really Broken in B2B?
While there is noticeable progress with the methods and channels used to process and accept payments, there are concepts that have not been put to use in B2B. Is there something truly wrong with this segment of the industry, or is this simply not the right time?
How Same Day ACH Will Help (and Hinder) Treasurers
Same Day ACH is a net positive development for treasury and finance since this is a faster payment option. But there are concerns.
EMV: To Adopt or Not to Adopt?
Retail treasury professionals who gathered for the 2015 AFP Retail Roundtable expressed widespread apprehension about adopting EMV. Though the EMV liability shift kicks in soon, leaving them on the hook for security breaches, many retailers are unconvinced that implementing the solution is necessary.
eBAM: Who Should Take the Lead?
The latest meeting of AFP’s Treasury Advisory Group began this week with a discussion on electronic bank account management (eBAM). Although the idea of eBAM has been floated around for a while, the future of the initiative is unclear at best—leaving corporate treasurers to ponder how much they actually want or need it.