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Often times multi-national corporations achieve automation rates exceeding 65%
straight through processing when working with North American bank lockbox BAI2 file
format.  These same corporations achieve very low automation that can be as low as
20% when processing European MT940 file format.

Join us on Wednesday, July 17th 2013 at 10:30am EST - 3:30pm GMT to learn how to ad
dress the key problems that are stopping you from automating your SWIFT MT940 bank stat
ements across Europe.

  • Is there issues with the size of the reference fields in your bank statements?
  • Do you have issues with customers paying by order numbers rather than invoices?
  • Are you storing customer bank account information?
  • Do you have a large number of banks to interface with?
  • How will SEPA changes affect your ability to automate bank statements?
  • How to deal with big box retailers who flood your business with deductions?
  • Do you have visibility on your bank statements when you apply cash?
  • Get your cash application to provide a warm hand-off of deductions to your credit and
  • collections deductions analysts.
  • Does your team use bank codes to automate non-Accounts Receivable transactions?

This presentation will also cover the business advantages of fixing your company's MT940
automation problems:

Increase MT940 processing productivity by more than 100%
Address the key problems that
are stopping you from
automating your SWIFT
MT940 bank statements

Wednesday, 10th July 2013
10:30am EST -15:30pm GMT
45mins plus Q&A
Greg Coulter, CEO, Cashbook
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