TMAC February Meeting
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2/20/2020
When: Thursday, February 20, 2020
Where: United States
Presenter: Blaine Carnprobst, PNC.

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TMAC MONTHLY MEETING THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 2020

PRESENTATION

Accounts Receivable 21st Century

Who paid me?  What’s the payment for?  Why is it less than I expected?  Receiving payments is relatively simple – Check, ACH with or without EDI addenda, Wire Transfer, Real-Time Payments, Cards – but getting accurate and complete transaction details has been the persistent anguish for Accounts Receivable staff.  Advanced levels of automation, including artificial intelligence and robotics process automation, are greatly improving the process.  This session will address the varying levels of automation that companies can consider, with pros and cons of the alternatives.

Session Objectives:

    Identify situational assessment factors for evaluating your company’s accounts receivable efficiency.
    Awareness of varying levels of accounts receivable automation that your company could deploy.

SPEAKER

Blaine Carnprobst, PNC.

Blaine Carnprobst is the Receivables Product Advisor in the Treasury Solutions Group (TSG) within PNC Treasury Management. Blaine partners with PNC Product Management, Operations and Sales to represent a robust set of receivables services that comprise PNC's A/R Advantage Suite. These services include PNC's award winning A/R Advantage Receivables Portal, which includes Lockbox, ACH, Wire, EDI and Card payments with remittance details and images. The suite also provides superb exception management tools and receivables matching services.

Blaine joined PNC in April 2017 after more than 30 years of supporting treasury services through operations, product management and business strategy at two other financial institutions. Blaine's product experiences have included Retail and Wholesale Lockbox, Remote Deposit Capture, Merchant Services, ACH, Smart Safes and Check Services.

Blaine is also an instructor of fundamental and advanced receivables at the University of North Carolina's Kenan-Flagler Business School's Annual Treasury Management Program.

Blaine is a Certified Treasury Professional (CTP), has a bachelor's degree in accounting and holds an MBA from the University of Pittsburgh.