AccessPay

We're on a mission to develop powerful automation and AI tools that empower treasury and finance professionals to become more efficient and more secure. Levered by changes in demand, legislation and technology, we're delivering solutions that empower customers to make smarter, more insightful business decisions.

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Building a Business Case for Enterprise-to-Bank Integration

20th November 2019

The roles of treasury and finance professionals is on the cusp of transformation, this is being spurred on by Enterprise-to-Bank Integration platforms that are eliminating hours of needless spreadsheet work. Find out how you can be on the winning side of this change in 2020 by reading this new eBook from AccessPay – leaders in connecting...
The Practical Guide to Combatting Authorised Push Payment Fraud

23rd July 2019

By the time you’ve finished reading this guide, you will be able to: 1) Recognise and identify common types of APP fraud. 2) Implement best practices for protecting yourself and your business from APP fraud. 3) Understand what’s being done right now by Financial Institutions to combat APP fraud in the UK. Fraudsters stole over a quarter of a...
Dispelling the myths around UK Payments

4th March 2019

New tech is changing how businesses handle and store money. The payments landscape is shifting so rapidly, and with new laws like PSD2 coming into play, it’s all a bit of a blur. Quite understandably you may have concerns that you’ll have to pay a large amount of money to update your ERP, TMS and payroll systems if you want to get on board...
Security on top of the agenda for CFOs

14th February 2019

Cyber-attacks, data breaches and fraud have become a threat to the health of back-office systems. Evaluating these threats and understanding the impact they can have on your organisation, especially within the finance function, is now a board-level responsibility. Download the“Security on top of the agenda for CFOs” eBook to find out what you...
What Are The Risks Of Relying On Spreadsheets?

24th January 2019

Spreadsheets have been the backbone of the financial world since the age where desktop computers sprawled across an entire room of office cubicles. Yet relying on spreadsheets comes with a level of risk, and in a financial world which is embracing automation solutions for payments and cash management, they’re destined to become a thing of the...
The 2018 Finance & Treasury Automation Adoption Report

7th September 2018

Calling time on the spreadsheet - The 2018 Finance & Treasury Automation Adoption Report “Technological advancements are dramatically changing the way we do business. The tools, processes and innovations we use today seem almost space-age when compared to what was available only twenty years ago. However, despite these advancements, legacy...
FOUR reasons why you should not be using spreadsheets for forecasting

5th September 2018

Cash flow forecasts continue to remain spreadsheet-based in most enterprise organisations. However, with innovative new forecasting technology coming to the fore, can this new breed of tech unsettle the dominance of MS Excel and help treasury and finance professionals overcome the problem of inaccurate data?
SWIFT gpi vs. Ripple – GPI Fridays [EP 05]

2nd July 2018

SWIFT gpi has taken the world of payments by storm. To date, over 50 million gpi cross-border payments have been processed, with hundreds of thousands of payments sent daily across 350 country corridors in more than 100 currencies. However, there are some naysayers who believe Ripple (real-time gross settlement system) offers superior technology...
SWIFT gpi Improves the Corporate Banking Experience – GPI Fridays [EP 04]

25th June 2018

What are the basics behind SWIFT gpi and how can corporates use it most effectively? Andy Howarth, Product Manager at AccessPay shows us how it can increase efficiency and visibility of cross-border payments
SWIFT gpi Benefits for the Corporates – GPI Fridays [EP 03]

11th June 2018

How can SWIFT gpi help the corporates? Product Director James Higgins explains the benefits