Research and Markets: E-Payment Programs: Success Depends on Supplier Enablement Strategy

DUBLIN--()--Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/hp4mz8/epayment) has announced the addition of the "E-Payment Programs: Success Depends on Supplier Enablement Strategy" report to their offering.

New Report Examines Why Supplier Enablement Strategies Are Needed For Payers Implementing Automated Payment Programs

Gone are the days when corporate buyers dictated payment method to suppliers. What was once payers' prerogative - determining how they paid their suppliers - is now becoming a joint decision between suppliers and buyers.

According to the report, e-Payment Program Success Relies on Supplier Enablement Strategy, merchants are loudly saying no when approached by their buyers to join a network and accept card or ACH for payment. Consequently, buyers are realizing that their automated payment programs are only as successful as their enablement of key merchants.

"To ensure the success of their payment automation programs, payers are increasingly engaging in creating a supplier enablement strategy and enlisting the support of industry experts to promote and facilitate conversion of suppliers to e-payment." comments Amy Hoke, Director of Mercator Advisory Group's Commercial and Enterprise Payments Advisory Service. Business has responded to this need by creating a new services sector completely focused on supplier enablement.

Highlights

- Merchant adoption of automated payments

- Barriers to adoption

- Supplier enablement targeting

- Elements of a successful supplier campaign

- Supplier enablement as a business

Key Topics Covered

Executive Summary

Introduction

Commercial Card

  • Overview
  • Enablement Process
  • Payment Processing
  • Remittance Data
  • Pricing

ACH

  • Overview
  • Enablement Process
  • ACH Payment Processing
  • Remittance Data
  • Pricing

Merchant Adoption of Automated Payments

  • Payment Methods of Choice Today
  • Why Merchants Accept Automated Payments
  • Merchant Considerations for Accepting ACH or Card Rather than Check
  • Barriers to Merchant Adoption of Automated Payments
  • Overcoming Objections

Supplier Enablement Targeting

  • Sponsorship
  • Core Enablement Functions
  • Elements of a Successful Supplier Enablement Program

Supplier Enablement as a Business

Conclusion

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Contacts

Research and Markets
Laura Wood, Senior Manager
press@researchandmarkets.com
U.S. Fax: 646-607-1907
Fax (outside U.S.): +353-1-481-1716
Sector: Banking and Financial Services, E-Business