Five Tips to Protect Your Construction Business Against Financial Fraud

Jun
17

Five Tips to Protect Your Construction Business Against Financial Fraud

According to the 2019 AFP Payments Fraud and Control Survey, 82% of organizations reported fraud incidents in 2018, and 43% experienced direct financial loss as a result. The construction industry isn’t exempt—56% of fraud cases are directly related to billing and check/payment, and the median loss reached approximately $250,000 in more than 40 fraud cases. […]

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Oct
12

Construction Executive’s 2022 Q3 Construction Economic Update and Forecast

Anirban Basu, chief economist for Associated Builders and Contractors, returns for an economic update for the third quarter of 2022 as he reviews both the general economy and construction-specific metrics in an accessible and entertaining presentation. Join this webinar to hear up-to-the-minute economic insights—from the latest on inflation, to the impact of the Federal Reserve’s […]

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Mar
21

Optimize Your Time and Reduce Costs With Payment Automation

Technology is changing the way we do business, and the way your bills are received and paid is no exception. Automating this process saves your company significant time and cuts costs by 60 percent or more—not to mention how convenient it is for employees who are constantly in the field. Join us for this interactive […]

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Aug
17

How to Build Better Relationships with Vendors through Electronic Payments

With electronic payments, your vendors can get paid faster and more accurately with excellent remittance details. Your team and vendors also can go online to see the status of payments, giving you greater visibility into your processes. Additionally, ePayments reduce your susceptibility to late fees.

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May
18

Top 3 Reasons Construction Companies Are Making the Shift Toward Electronic Payments

Join us for this webinar to discover the top 3 benefits construction companies can receive from automating: the ability to grow construction revenue without increasing overhead, minimizing the risk of check fraud and increasing the security around payments, and reduced operating costs by 60%, or more.

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