Complimentary Webinar

Payment Maturity Model

Is Your A/R Team Prepared for the Big Shift to Same-Day ACH and Virtual Cards?

Key Takeaways Include

  • Understanding the different stages in the Payment Maturity Model and their implications
  • Gauging the maturity of your current processes based on the parameters of cost control and method control
  • Next steps and timelines for upgrading your process to the top of the maturity pyramid
  • Essential elements to optimise your payments for faster and cheaper processing across all payment formats including ACH, checks, Credit Cards and Virtual Cards


Mark Brousseau
Mark Brousseau, President, Brousseau & Associates
Deepanjan Chattopadhyay
Deepanjan Chattopadhyay, Associate Vice President, Payments Products

About The Webinar

Payment trends over the last 3 years indicate that the use of checks has declined by nearly 14% while the adoption of ACH, Credit Cards and Virtual Cards is rising steeply. However, if you are like most companies you might be struggling with controlling the costs of processing e-payments, or being able to drive your customers to adopt e-payment methods. Does that mean that the utopia promised by e-payments is a myth?


The Payment Maturity Model has been developed to help you analyse how you well you are placed to capitalize on changing payment trends to the advantage of the A/R team. Devised after working with more than 350 account receivable teams across industries, the maturity model is the definitive starting point for A/R leaders to understand current process effectiveness and to define actionable next steps to ascend the maturity pyramid.

About HighRadius

HighRadius’s Award-winning AI-enabled solutions powers 200+ Fortune 1000 companies optimizing their Order-to-Cash and Treasury Process. HighRadius™ Autonomous Systems, comprising of Integrated Receivables™ , Cash Forecasting Cloud, Rivana™ and Freeda™ , uses AI-powered technology and digital assistants to improve your Receivables and Treasury processes beyond best-in-class industry benchmarks.