Live Webinar

Why Accounts Receivable Automation is Just the Start: Gaining a Collaborative Edge

Join us for an insightful webinar aimed at helping accounts receivable teams bid farewell to low-ROI manual work, delayed cash flow, and poor customer experiences.  

Despite 93% of CFOs embracing digitalization, traditional AR practices continue to create a significant divide between buyers and suppliers. 

The answer? Versapay’s Collaborative AR solution. 

During this webinar, you'll gain valuable insights into: 

  • The power of transparency: Learn how visibility into outstanding invoices, available credits, and payment history leads to happier customers and helps slash manual efforts by 50%. 
  • Effective communication: Discover how direct communication with customers streamlines invoice disputes, reduces collections work, and results in a 30% decrease in past-due invoices alongside a 25% increase in payment speed. 
  • Collaborative success: Explore how a collaborative approach fosters more meaningful interactions with customers, as evidenced by an impressive 80% adoption rate from our clients’ customers. 

You’ll also get a live demo of our Collaborative AR solution from our Senior Sales Engineer, Sean Hauser. 

Don't miss the opportunity to revolutionize your AR operations and create lasting positive impacts on customer relationships and efficiency. 

When: Wednesday, February 28, 2 p.m. EST 

Webinar Speakers

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Sean Hauser

Senior Sales Engineer, Versapay

1M+ companies buy and sell on the Versapay network

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About Versapay

Versapay is the leader in Collaborative Accounts Receivable. The Versapay Collaborative AR Network is the first solution that empowers the genius of teams by bridging the gap between suppliers and buyers through a shared, digital experience. Owned by Great Hill Partners, Versapay is based in Toronto with offices in Atlanta and Miami. With 9,000+ clients and 1,000,000+ buyers engaged, Versapay handles 40+ million new invoices and drives $60+ billion in global payment volume annually.