Bottomline Technologies ‘Insights Exchange’ draws industry leaders
Bottomline Technologies, a Portsmouth, N.H.-based provider of collaborative payment, invoice, and document automation solutions, recently concluded its largest-ever customer event.
Panel discussions at the Bottomline Insights Exchange, held in Boston, May 10-12, focused on industry trends and challenges affecting global banks, financial institutions, and corporations.
Trends in treasury, global cash management, financial supply chain automation, and industry collaboration were discussed throughout the three days. Industry experts participating included Doug Stotz of Bain and Company, Bob Frisch and Logan Chandler of Strategic Offsites Group, Dave Robertson of Treasury Strategies, and Nancy Atkinson of Aite Group. The three-day event was highlighted by a keynote speech, "What We Can Do to Prevent Another Financial Crisis," by Bob Pozen, chairman of MFS Investment Management, senior lecturer of business administration at Harvard University and author of Too Big to Save? How to Fix the U.S. Financial System.
Bottomline provides solutions to more than 9,000 customers, including 80 of the FORTUNE 100 companies and 70 of the FTSE 100 companies. Events like the Bottomline Insights Exchange facilitate strategic discussion with customers, prospects, and industry experts and help direct the company's introduction of future technologies.
About Bottomline Technologies:
Bottomline Technologies provides collaborative payment, invoice, and document automation solutions to corporations, financial institutions, and banks around the world. The company's solutions are used to streamline, automate, and manage processes involving payments, invoicing, global cash management, supply chain finance, and transactional documents. Organizations trust these solutions to meet their needs for cost reduction, competitive differentiation, and optimization of working capital. Headquartered in the United States, Bottomline also maintains offices in Europe and Asia-Pacific.
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