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In this special guest feature, Dan Zimmerman, Chief Product and Information Officer at MSTS, discusses how AI can help crack the code of brand loyalty.
Cyber criminals are becoming increasingly sophisticated, adept at figuring out the gaps in sellers' onboarding processes and taking advantage of those weaknesses. But there are ways sellers can protect themselves, writes Brandon Spear, president of MSTS.
In an interview with Karen Webster, Brandon Spear, president at MSTS, said the stark differences between B2C and B2B payment speeds boil down to a case of having too many cooks in the kitchen.
Many businesses need to process transactions across borders, between large companies, and beyond. But how can it all run efficiently? How does the B2B eCommerce space differ from B2C eCommerce? MSTS President Brandon Spear weighs in.
Smooth cash-flow operations will be essential for manufacturers to successfully navigate a challenging economic period. Among the tools that promise to help manufacturers strengthen their cash-flow operations are order-to-cash (O2C) solutions that quickly deliver payments to manufacturers, as well as provide greater transparency, data and payment flexibility to distributors on the other end of the transactions.
B2B retailers are in a constant struggle with cart abandonment. While sellers may be quick to point fingers at the product or blame customer indecision, it’s quite often outdated payment processes that leave buyers unsatisfied and running to the competition.
MSTS President Brandon Spear talks all things company history and future plans with the Kansas City Business Journal.
Stabilizing cash flow and cutting costs will free up funds to fuel expansion, and there are many non-traditional options to help women-owned businesses make that happen. Here are four ways women entrepreneurs can grow their companies by considering alternative payment and credit options.
Let’s hear it for the girls: The number of female-run businesses is up 21%. In the fight for gender equality, this steady climb is welcome news. But when you focus on gender-based discrepancies within the venture capital space, there’s still plenty of work to do. Currently, less than 3% of venture capital investment funds female-fronted companies.
There’s good and bad news for women in the venture capital space. On the one hand, women-led businesses have increased by 21%. But on the other hand, less than 3% of venture capital investment is funding women-led businesses. Moving into 2020, it’s time for women to turn the tides and take advantage of everything the venture capital world has to offer.