Getting the Most out of Your Billing Systems
Bank Systems & Technology
Bryan Yurcan is associate editor for Bank Systems and Technology. He has worked in various editorial capacities for newspapers and magazines for the past 8 years. After beginning his career as a municipal and courts reporter for daily newspapers in upstate New York, Bryan has written for business journals and various financial and business B2B publications.
Managing Director, Information Management Services
Edward Niestat joined AlixPartners’ New York office in 2013, and is a Managing Director in the Information Management Services practice specializing in the financial services industry. He focuses on helping organizations address major risk management, strategy, and change management issues and, in particular, on helping them leverage customer and transaction data to inform decision-making. His expertise in information management, reporting optimization and applied analytics has helped most of the top retail and commercial banks in the US, UK, Australia, Asia, and Europe. Eddie has over 25 years of consulting experience, spending nearly 15 years at PA Consulting Group leading their global financial services practice before moving to Argus Information and Advisory Services to be their head of retail banking services and head of sales and business development. In 2009, he was named one of the “Top 50 Faces of Operational Risk” by Operational Risk & Regulation.
Clayt Harris is a Senior Director with Oracle Corporation. With 20+ years experience in transaction Banking he is responsible for delivering multi-million dollar innovative products programs for B2B customers, across all market segments. Including the delivery of transparent and complex pricing models and bespoke billing solutions to drive differentiation and end to end cost efficient process.
Corporate and retail billing represent a major area for banks and payments providers to maximize revenue, enhance customer satisfaction and achieve greater operational efficiency. Yet, many institutions fail to take full advantage of their billing and pricing processes, due to the existing legacy infrastructure that exists with these functions.
Attend this webinar to learn how to:
- Extract data and get a single source of truth
- Meet requests for customized or personalized billing and payment schedules
- Reduce Revenue leakage
Often, complex billing functions are difficult, if not impossible, to perform with legacy architecture. Multiple billing systems make it hard to extract data and get a single source of truth, which makes it problematic to use enterprise-wide analytics to pursue true relationship-based pricing. Tracing accounts to a particular system can be a tedious procedure. And meeting requests for customized or personalized billing and payments schedules can be hard.
Register for this webinar to learn how your organization can overcome the problems associated with legacy billing systems and reduce revenue leakage.