Details
 

December 13, 2019
2:00-3:00PM

Complimentary Power Hour - U.S. Dataworks' Payment Case Manager

2:00 pm ET/ 1:00 pm CT

The PaymentsFirst Complimentary Members-Only Power Hour Series is available exclusively to you as part of your membership. The Members-Only Webinar series provides members with relevant industry related topics.

Learn how ACH exception automation is a win for your customer and your bottom line!

If you are sending or receiving ACH transactions, you have to address ACH exceptions.  According to Nacha, ACH exceptions cost the industry $96 million each year. FIs who originate the exceptions are frustrated because they have no insight into the ACH exception process. FIs who received exceptions are frustrated because there is no clear way to match originators responses to the original request. Originators are frustrated because most processes are automated but ACH exceptions are not. As we head into 2020, can we not come up with a way to once and for all eliminate “the fax” as the primary tool for systematically addressing ACH exceptions? Join us for an examination of how this manual, expensive, and frustrating process can be converted into an automated, cost-effective, lights out operation. 

Time: 2:00 pm ET, 1:00 pm CT

AAP credits 1.2

APRP credits 1.2

Members Only 

Click Here to Register!

Printer-Friendly Version


2019-12-13 14:00:00 2019-12-13 15:00:00 America/Detroit Complimentary Power Hour - U.S. Dataworks' Payment Case Manager The PaymentsFirst Complimentary Members-Only Power Hour Series is available exclusively to you as part of your membership. The Members-Only Webinar series provides members with relevant industry related topics. Learn how ACH exception automation is a win for your customer and your bottom line! If you are sending or receiving ACH transactions, you have to address ACH exceptions.  According to Nacha, ACH exceptions cost the industry $96 million each year. FIs who originate the exceptions are frustrated because they have no insight into the ACH exception process. FIs who received exceptions are frustrated because there is no clear way to match originators responses to the original request. Originators are frustrated because most processes are automated but ACH exceptions are not. As we head into 2020, can we not come up with a way to once and for all eliminate “the fax” as the primary tool for systematically addressing ACH exceptions? Join us for an examination of how this manual, expensive, and frustrating process can be converted into an automated, cost-effective, lights out operation.  Time: 2:00 pm ET, 1:00 pm CT AAP credits 1.2 APRP credits 1.2 Members Only  Click Here to Register! ----