Over the year, the Federal Reserve has continued to collaborate with the industry to advance understanding on the importance of B2B payments modernization. This collaboration has taken different forms, resulting in progress among industry work groups, market pilot activities and strong enthusiasm for efforts to advance modernization.
Straight-through processing yields multiple benefits for businesses and alleviates the pain points that result from manual business-to-business (B2B) payment processes.
An opportunity exists to progress toward straight-through processing (STP) as primary components for sharing automated remittance information are now achievable. Learn more about how the business-to-business (B2B) payments ecosystem can take advantage of recent progress toward STP for more efficient payments.
To modernize business-to-business (B2B) payments, there must first be a framework for businesses to send, receive and automate electronic invoices and remittance information. Explore the third video in our educational series for an overview of a virtual exchange framework and its potential as a solution for automation.
The modernization of B2B payments would be incomplete if it did not advance efficiency across other dimensions, including the payment, remittance information and reconciliation. Now is the time to catalyze similar innovation with the exchange of payment remittance information.
The Federal Reserve is working with the industry to modernize B2B payments. Read about recent progress and initiatives currently underway to improve payments efficiency.
The Federal Reserve is committed to supporting the shift to electronic business to business (B2B) payments. Read more on the state of the industry, the benefits of successful adoption of digital processes, and how to get involved.
The largest remittance corridors, measured in terms of payment outflows from the United States, offer insight on the variations within the cross-border infrastructure.
Would you like to see more efficient business-to-business (B2B) payments in the U.S.? Widespread use of electronic remittance data exchanges? Reduced barriers to electronic payments? If you answered yes to any of these questions, then you might be interested in joining the Remittance Coalition. The Remittance Coalition is a group …