REMOTE BILL PAY WITH AVIDPAY WEBINAR

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In light of current circumstances, many of us have been forced to rapidly change our day-to-day operations. If you’re trying to figure out how to process invoices and make payments when you can’t be in the office, we’re here to support you. We’re introducing a new program to help keep your accounts payable and payment operations on track, including quick set-up and configuration so you can process your invoices and payments remotely.

Join us on Wednesday, April 22, 2020, at 2:00 PM CST, as Krystal Craig and Pam Rutland of Bank Independent and Kyle Williams of The First National Bank of Granbury discuss the impact AvidPay has had on keeping their suppliers paid while working remote.

We are saving so much time from not having to print, stamp and carry checks to the post office. If we didn’t have AvidPay during this time, there would have to be two of us in the office or we would have to coordinate times for us to be there to handle all of the checks processing. We would run a greater risk of cross-contaminating someone. We just wouldn’t be able to process checks the old way right now.

Krystal CraigBank Independent

AvidPay enables AP Departments the ability to work from anywhere with an internet connection by eliminating paper checks. AvidPay also mitigates risk, creates operational efficiencies within AP, improves supplier relationships, and earns incentives on qualified e-payment spend.

AvidPay, AvidXchange’s automated payment solution, is now integrated into the BankTEL ASCEND product suite giving its clients access to the AvidPay Network, a network of more than 500,000 suppliers, to complete the AP process with electronic payments.

We are saving so much time from not having to print, stamp and carry checks to the post office. If we didn’t have AvidPay during this time, there would have to be two of us in the office or we would have to coordinate times for us to be there to handle all of the checks processing. We would run a greater risk of cross-contaminating someone. We just wouldn’t be able to process checks the old way right now.

Krystal CraigBank Independent