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Payments

Wasted hours: is payment reconciliation the wrench in your growth wheel?

We at Zone & Co talk a lot about the long-ranging problems that inefficient payment reconciliation causes. But what does it look like in real life? According to the latest Finance in the Clouds episode, it’s like throwing a wrench into a complicated machine…then watching it slowly break down. Not a pretty sight! Listen in to this week's podcast as Sam Burkmon, Zone & Co’s Vice President of Brand, joins host Jake Jones to talk about his real-life payments process experiences and answer questions like: What if payment reconciliation can’t keep up with an increase in transactions? What happens when there isn’t enough information to make informed decisions? What are the red flags that your usual methods aren’t working any more? It’s all part of our continuing look at why upgrading your payment reconciliation process is so crucial to financial success. Happy listening!

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22 min listen
December 2, 2022

About the Episode

We at Zone & Co talk a lot about the long-ranging problems that inefficient payment reconciliation causes. But what does it look like in real life? According to the latest Finance in the Clouds episode, it’s like throwing a wrench into a complicated machine…then watching it slowly break down. Not a pretty sight! Listen in to this week's podcast as Sam Burkmon, Zone & Co’s Vice President of Brand, joins host Jake Jones to talk about his real-life payments process experiences and answer questions like:What if payment reconciliation can’t keep up with an increase in transactions? What happens when there isn’t enough information to make informed decisions? What are the red flags that your usual methods aren’t working any more? It’s all part of our continuing look at why upgrading your payment reconciliation process is so crucial to financial success.  Happy listening!

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