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Bottomline Technologies

Bottomline Technologies (NASDAQ: Payments AssociationY) helps make complex business payments simple, smart and secure. Corporations and banks rely on Bottomline for domestic and international payments, efficient cash management, automated workflows for payment processing and bill review, and state of the art fraud detection, behavioral analytics and regulatory compliance.

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Bottomline acquires Bora Payment Systems

Bottomline (NASDAQ: EPAY), a leading provider of financial technology that makes complex business payments simple, smart and secure, announced that it has completed the acquisition of Bora Payments Systems, enabling Paymode-X vendors to utilize straight through processing (STP) as a method of accepting virtual card payments.

Bottomline: Regulation Versus Fraud – it’s Not a Choice

James Richardson, Head of Market Development Risk and Fraud at Bottomline shares his thoughts on the importance of regulation when fighting fraud in financial institutions.

The Future of Competitive Advantage in Banking & Payments Benchmarking Report

SIBOS: The Power of FI and Fintech Partnerships to Better Serve Customers

A dynamic landscape and the unprecedented pace of change make for an exciting and demanding marketplace, increasing the need for Capacity, Cost, and Competition. James Hodgson and Tim Tor from NatWest talk with Chris Peck of Bottomline and Teresa Connors of Payment Matters about the effectiveness of partnerships and collaborations and the difference it makes in better-serving customers.

Bottomline launches global first with Payments Tracker using SWIFT’s API

Bottomline, a leading provider of financial technology that makes business payments simple, smart and secure, announced the latest API-based payments tracking service for banks worldwide, integrating SWIFTgpi data. The gpi data is captured on behalf of Bottomline clients and is integrated into their payments workflow, which simplifies and unifies the API access points.

Omnibus Account Model Spurs Stablecoin Enthusiasm

On April 19th, the Bank of England published a policy for the use of omnibus accounts with the central bank's real-time gross settlement (RTGS) system. The announcement has been greeted with enthusiasm by providers of virtual currency and blockchain-based payments, which see the new system as clearing a path towards direct participation in central bank settlement. :Marcus Hughes, director of business development at Bottomline Technologies, told VIXIO that the policy brought a "tremendous clarity which wasn't there before, and I think this will become a blueprint for other central banks".

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