Accounts Receivable and Integrated B2B Payments Industry’s Preeminent Event Held June 14-16, 2022
Billtrust (NASDAQ: BTRS), a B2B accounts receivable automation and integrated payments leader, today announced its lineup of speakers for Billtrust Insight 2022, which includes former ABC News anchor and 10% Happier author Dan Harris. Billtrust Insight 2022 is the AR and integrated payments industry’s preeminent educational conference and user event and will be held virtually from June 14-16, 2022. There is no charge for this exciting education and networking event, and registration information and the latest agenda can be found at Billtrust.com/Insight.
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Former ABC News Anchor and Best-Selling Author Dan Harris is the keynote speaker at Billtrust Insight 2022 (Photo: Business Wire)
In addition to Harris, other highlighted speakers include Customer Success Economy author and Gainsight CEO Nick Mehta, who will present strategies to motivate teams to work together in total service to the customer, and The Guide to the Ecosystem Economy author Rik Vera, who will discuss how to be ready to cope with randomness and unexpected events in a world where traditional boundaries have disappeared.
This year’s event also features a strong roster of fintech industry experts including prominent analysts Kevin Permenter of IDC and Liz Herbert of Forrester, as well as Karen Webster of PYMNTS.com, InterPayments CEO Nagendra Jayanty, Billows CFO Scott Pressler, Steam Logistics CFO Adam Shearer and PepsiCo’s Mike Bevilacqua. Attendees will also explore Billtrust’s new research, “The DNA of Future CFOs,” and hear from leading CFOs as they reveal how the next generation needs to be equipped.
“Billtrust Insight features the best voices in our industry and beyond,” said Flint Lane, Billtrust Founder and CEO. “Unlike any other event, Billtrust Insight is where financial professionals learn best practices for making strategic decisions about their business and get the most current, up-to-date view of where the billing and payments ecosystem is going and how Billtrust can help get them there.”
Billtrust Insight 2022 will offer a broad array of educational sessions, user groups, workshops and customer breakouts covering Billtrust products and initiatives, best AR and B2B payments practices and industry benchmarking.
About Dan Harris
Dan Harris is a former co-anchor for the weekend edition of Good Morning America on ABC News, as well as a former correspondent for such broadcasts as Nightline and World News Tonight. He is also the author of 10% Happier, a #1 New York Times best-selling book about a fidgety, skeptical news anchor who stumbles upon meditation. This ancient practice—too long associated exclusively with hippies and robed gurus—has been shown by modern science to boost resilience, focus, creativity, emotional intelligence, and overall mental and physical health. With meditation and mindfulness now being embraced by executives, athletes, educators and entertainers, Harris has become a leading voice for pushing the practice into the mainstream, using plain English and dry humor. He has spoken in front of a variety of audiences—corporations, health and wellness organizations, and schools and universities. Harris has received Murrow and Emmy awards for his reporting. Prior to joining ABC, he was in local news in Boston and Maine.
Billtrust (NASDAQ: BTRS) is a leading provider of cloud-based software and integrated payment processing solutions that simplify and automate B2B commerce. Accounts receivable is broken and relies on conventional processes that are outdated, inefficient, manual and largely paper based. Billtrust is at the forefront of the digital transformation of AR, providing mission-critical solutions that span credit decisioning and monitoring, online ordering, invoice delivery, payments and remittance capture, invoicing, cash application and collections. For more information, visit Billtrust.com.
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