Posted June 19, 2012
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Aite Group to Present Payment Remittance Practices Study Findings at NACHA’s Council for Electronic Billing and Payment Meeting
Semi-Annual Meeting to Feature Payments Industry Leaders from Intuit and MasterCard
HERNDON, Va., June 19, 2012 – Payments industry experts focused on electronic billing and payment will convene in Dallas, Texas, June 27 - 28, 2012, at the W Hotel – Victory for a meeting hosted by NACHA’s Council for Electronic Billing and Payment (CEBP). The semi-annual meeting will feature informative educational sessions and engaging roundtable discussions with leaders from financial institutions, consulting and research firms and service providers.
Key components of the meeting include two sessions presented by Aite Group. Show Me the Remittance! Payment Remittance Practices, Benchmarks and Perspective of US and International Corporations, presented by Nancy Atkinson, senior analyst at Aite Group, will examine the results of a study that identified volumes, trends, and methods for how remittance is created, transmitted and consumed in the U.S. and abroad. A second session titled Aite’s 2012 Biller Survey: Bill Payment and Presentment Survey Results, will reveal findings of a survey focusing on consumer bill payment and presentment priorities of biller organizations. Ron Shevlin, senior director of Aite Group will conduct this session.
Another highlight of the meeting will be a session titled, QR – The New Payment Star: Quick Response Code Opportunity for Migrating Paper Customers to Electronic. Eric Dunn, senior vice president of payment initiatives for Intuit and Rich Langan, senior product manager of DST Output, will discuss QR code use for electronic bill payment and a QR bill payment standard and approach.
Additionally, the meeting will assemble a panel to discuss network approaches for improving consumer bill payment data quality. Mike Foye, senior vice president of Vanco Services; Robert Unger, senior director of eBilling & Payments for NACHA; and Gidget Hall, senior vice president of Mastercard RPPS, will describe their particular network services for handling exceptions and improving straight-through processing of consumer bill payments.
“We are excited to be able to offer this forward-thinking and thought-provoking program for payments industry professionals,” Unger said. “This is a great opportunity to learn from leading experts and participate in discussions about the future of electronic billing and payment.”
The CEBP Meeting is open to any individual or organization eligible for NACHA Council membership. Interested individuals can find more information and apply for registration at https://www.nacha.org/council-for-electronic-billing-and-payment-meeting.... First-time guest attendees can apply for a free registration.
For more information about the CEBP, visit https://cebp.nacha.org/.
About the Council for Electronic Billing and Payment
The Council for Electronic Billing and Payment (CEBP) promotes the adoption and use of consumer, business, and government billing and payment programs and services across multiple delivery channels. Through three annual meetings, CEBP provides an open forum for education, resource development, solution innovation, research, and the exchange of information about developments and trends in the electronic billing and electronic payment industries. For more information, please visit http://cebp.nacha.org.