Complimentary Webcast

How to Optimize Your Financial Applications for Global Cash Management

Date: Thursday, November 7, 2013
Time: 1pm ET | 10am PT
Cost: FREE

Sponsored and produced by:

Bottomline Technologies

Changes in operating models driven by new options such as managed services and public/private clouds, coupled with evolving global payments regulations and standards, are impacting the cost and efficiency of your Treasury operation, your banking relationships, and your visibility to global cash positions.

That’s why optimizing your financial applications – and being able to justify the potential return on your investments - is more important than ever. Doing so, however, requires significant planning.

For more than 20 years, Bottomline’s cash management experts have worked with the largest global corporates, banks and banking networks, to determine the right strategies and tactics for optimization, as well as the technology investments that will deliver the greatest return on investment.

In this timely webinar, our experts will share their expertise to help you:

  • Understand the current international cash management landscape across North America, the United Kingdom, Europe, Central and Latin America, and the Pacific Rim
  • Architect a solution roadmap to help you optimize your applications against this landscape, including actionable business cases you can take to senior management to help them understand the requirements and opportunities associated with messaging standards including:
    • ISO20022
    • SEPA
    • International bulk payment options
  • Identify the benefits of integrating SWIFT and a payment hub with your ERP

Featured Speakers:


Vince Bahl

Vice President - Corporate Strategic Projects
Bottomline Technologies

Vince Bahl brings a unique blend of over 22 years’ experience in both corporate and banking payments and cash management to his position at Bottomline Technologies where he is instrumental in strategic operations, product development and client consulting. Prior to his current position at Bottomline, Vince was Vice President, Software Development – Financial Applications, where he was responsible for the development, technical support and technical writing for Bottomline’s Payments product line.

Prior Bottomline, Vince served in a variety of banking capacities including operations management for check and ACH processing as well as float management at US Bank in Colorado. He also served as Cash Manager for Oppenheimer Asset Management.

Bahl is currently a member of the National Automated Clearing House Association’s (NACHA) Cross Border Payments Group, Electronic Check Group, Corporate Affiliate Group, and Internet Billing Group. He is Bottomline Technologies voting member for the ANSI X12 Standards and represents Bottomline Technologies in the ebXML initiative, and the Treasury Management Association.
 

David Levine
Director, Product Marketing
Bottomline Technologies

David E. Levine has almost 40 years’ experience in the Information Technology industry including almost 20 years in leadership positions in Europe and Asia Pacific.

Mr. Levine joined GE Information Services in 1984 and spent the next 24 years working in a number of different roles throughout the world including senior positions in both Europe and ASPAC. These ranged from the definition and rollout of both products and other strategic initiatives including the expansion of the global distributor networks in both regions to ASPAC-wide responsibility for Marketing. He returned to the U.S. in 1999 and held management roles focused on driving alliances, partnerships, and strategic technology initiatives.

Mr. Levine joined Bottomline Technologies in 2008 to lead their Order to Pay Automation initiatives. He has been heavily involved in the expansion of Bottomline’s payment and cash management product portfolio. Mr. Levine has been a speaker at many industry conferences and other events.

 

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