Automating Payment Operations The Low Code Way


Automating Payment Operations The Low Code Way

27 Sep 2023
Cross-Border Commerce Theatre

Historically, the manual nature of Payment Operations have always presented a scaling challenge, and when companies reach a certain size and start transacting across borders, manual payment operations become a major pain point and potential hindrance to growth. This session will examine how low code solutions are aiding Payment Operation and treasury teams rapidly and cost effectively build internal tools and apps to automate the full cycle of money movement — from payment acceptance through to pay outs and reconciliation

Martin Koderisch, Principal - Edgar, Dunn & Company
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