Creditron Releases White Paper on How Enterprise Cloud Processing Redefines Integrated Receivables
Thursday, February 27, 2014
Creditron, a leading provider of payments processing solutions, announced today the release of a white paper on how Creditron’s Enterprise Cloud Processing (ECP), a first-of-its-kind cloud-based solution, redefines integrated receivables.
The white paper was authored by an independent industry consultant, and payments professionals can download the white paper at no charge at http://www.creditron.com/pdf/C.ECPWhitePaper.pdf.
The white paper describes how ECP benefits payments operations through the elimination of geographic boundaries for processing and research, real-time interactive and intuitive dashboards, consolidated data and images available to users anywhere, anytime, and simplified IT support.
The white paper also details how Creditron’s ECP solution provides treasurers with faster cash flow, reduced costs, real-time financial data, consolidated reports and data extracts, improved general ledger accounting and bank reconciliation, and flexibility to handle the changing payment mix.
“Corporate receivables management is more complicated than ever,” said Creditron Founder and Chief Executive Officer Wally Vogel. “Diverse payment channels can result in silos for exception handling and research, which leads to inefficiency and a lack of transparency in the receivables process. Enterprise Cloud Processing addresses this by offering a truly integrated solution for all payments.”
Creditron’s ECP is an enterprise processing integrated receivables solution. Authorized users access ECP using Microsoft Internet Explorer. The server software can be hosted on a private cloud (internal servers) or a public cloud (Microsoft Azure Cloud services). ECP is capable of handling multiple clients or lines of business and any type of payment, including retail lockbox, wholesale lockbox, miscellaneous or back-office payments, remote deposit capture, and electronic payments. Creditron’s ECP also offers seamless integration with most widely used image capture devices.