Today in B2B payments, Loadchief discusses independent contractors’ need for payment flexibility, and Yes Lender acquires Edge Funder. Plus, AgreeYa explores accounts receivable compliance, Previse partners with Pagero for early supplier payments, and Paycom puts employees in control of payroll.
Not every organization needs to outsource its collections workflows, but all accounts receivable operations need to be nimble, integrated and — more than ever — compliant. AgreeYa’s Ajay Kaul and Arindam Ray Chaudhuri discuss how remote working and intensifying collections regulations have forced changes to firms’ AR strategies.
The British AI payments FinTech Previse announced Tuesday it was working with the eInvoicing firm Pagero to embed instant early payment technology. “The partnership will see Pagero roll out Previse’s early payment capabilities to its customers, giving suppliers on the Pagero network the option of a ‘pay me now’ button as soon as they generate an invoice,” the companies said in a news release.
New software from Paycom, which works in cloud-based human capital management software, will now allow for employees to do their own payroll. A press release from Tuesday (July 6) noted that the new software, called Paycom Beti (Better Employee Transaction Interface), will allow employees to hopefully cut down on errors through more automation and streamlining of payroll as employees take care of it themselves.