April 2008

I am live blogging from Finovate Startup in San Francisco. Jim Bruene and his team at NetBanker gathered 40 startups, rebrandings, and company debuts in online banking and finance. Each participant had a brief 5 minutes to demo their product. We're back from the networking and eagerly anticipating the best of show announcement (based on […]

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I am live blogging from Finovate Startup in San Francisco. Jim Bruene and his team at NetBanker have gathered 40 startups, rebrandings, and company debuts in online banking and finance. Each participant has a brief 5 minutes to demo their product so I’ll be typing as fast as I can. (Please forgive typos!) AFTERNOON SESSION […]

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I am live blogging from Finovate Startup in San Francisco. Jim Bruene and his team at NetBanker have gathered 40 startups, rebrandings, and company debuts in online banking and finance. Each participant has a brief 5 minutes to demo their product so I’ll be typing as fast as I can. (Please forgive typos!) MORNING SESSION […]

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I am live blogging from Finovate Startup in San Francisco. Jim Bruene and his team at NetBanker have gathered 40 startups, rebrandings, and company debuts in online banking and finance. Each participant has a brief 5 minutes to demo their product so I’ll be typing as fast as I can. Morning Session  Afternoon Session  Best […]

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Next time you contemplate shelling out the big bucks to attend that huge industry gathering with thousands of attendees and hundred of simultaneous sessions, consider a smaller event. Or better yet, a number of smaller events instead of one huge conference. Why small conferences are better: More intimate exhibit area for vendors, rather than a […]

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The New York Times Sunday magazine has a lengthy article on Moody's and the credit rating agencies contribution to the housing bubble (and bust). Well worth reading. No more computer today – it's warm and sunny in SF (have to enjoy it because soon the fog will be here)

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Despite the wide popularity of check electrification (check conversion, image exchange) not all banks have made the investment in image check technology. Meanwhile, the Fed is accelerating its migration from paper check processing to electronic, starting in June with a targeted end date of December 2009. Fiserv is stepping in to fill the gap, offering […]

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Mark your calendar! The latest CFO.com performance management conference is just around the corner (June 8-9 in Chicago). If you have not attended a CFO event before, I highly recommend them. The speakers are high-caliber – typically corporate practitioners sharing their experience rather than vendors. And the events are relatively modest in size so you […]

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This week GTNews explores opportunities to add value through Accounts Payable (AP) automation. We explored this topic in depth at the recent B2B workshop and featured many of the vendors that submitted articles on the topic to GTNews (including Bottomline and Ariba). The Topsy-Turvy World of EIPP: Embraced by Payables FunctionsNancy Atkinson, Aite GroupThis article […]

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by Allen Weinberg This year’s annual ETA seemed bigger than in previous years, and from almost everyone that I spoke to, much more exhausting. In my humble opinion, this was the first year that had a really compelling set of sessions to choose from. Unfortunately, I and quite a few others were never able to […]

[I am in Las Vegas for the TAWPI Payments in Transition conference – these are my notes from one of the sessions. An index of all of the sessions and links to the rest of my notes is here. – EMc] Distributed Capture Panel Discussion Wally Vogel, President, Creditron Mary Hockridge, Executive VP, NetDeposit Brandon […]

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[I am in Las Vegas for the TAWPI Payments in Transition conference – these are my notes from one of the sessions. An index of all of the sessions and links to the rest of my notes is here. – EMc] Keynote: Unlocking the Value of Your Customer DataMalcolm Netburn, Chairman and CEO of CDS […]

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[I am in Las Vegas for the TAWPI Payments in Transition conference – these are my notes from one of the sessions. An index of all of the sessions and links to the rest of my notes is here. – EMc] Image Integrity—A Critical Component of Check Electronification Kerry Atha, Director of Product Development, ViewpointePerry […]

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Sound advice from the folks at Trizle You have two choices: Option A: Build a state-of-the-art, custom-built enterprise system that integrates the works (e.g. CRM, ERP, EAM, SCM, wiki, etc.). Option B: Get something up quickly. Combine many smaller pieces of independent applications, and have them communicate with each other (e.g. through their APIs, etc.). […]

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[via HBS Working Knowledge] How long does it take the average country to adopt a typical technology? The surprising answer: nearly half a century, or 47 years. "There is, however, substantial variation in these lags, both across countries and across technologies," write HBS professor Diego A. Comin and colleague Bart Hobijn of the Federal Reserve […]

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