As rapidly-growing companies scale their businesses, cash management increases in importance and complexity. Banks have a new opportunity to drive transformation in the business banking space by offering products that their commercial clients have come to expect. Find out how to turn your banking services into branded experiences embedded within the ERP and accounting software your clients rely on to run their business every day.
Join us on April 15th 1pm EST/ 10 am PST for this 45 minute webinar where our experts will answer the following questions:
- Why is it important for Banks to understand the ERP ecosystem?
- What is FISPAN’s Philosophy around ERP prioritization, and how can that be useful for banks?
- What does today’s ERP landscape look like, and what kind of complexity is there around developing solutions for the end users?
- How does all of this change when we consider a global perspective?
- How does the ongoing Financial Technology (Fintech) revolution play into the Bank-Client relationship, and what places does the ERP or FISPAN play in that?
Suyash Raj Bhandari
Strategic Partnerships Manager
Suyash Raj Bhandari leads FISPAN's Partnerships Program working closely with our ERP & strategic partners to deliver innovative products to market. He is also responsible for FISPAN's ERP portfolio strategy, partner relations and market research. Suyash has extensive experience working for Tech Startups and holds a BSC with Honours in Economics and Government from the London School of Economics and Political Science.
Business Analyst - ERP & Bank Products
Graham McLean is a Business Analyst at FISPAN who is focused on end-user experience and product innovation. He engages with corporate controllers, treasury managers, and bank partners to explore opportunities to create and enrich the user experience across a wide range of current and future FISPAN products. Graham has spent several years working in retail banking and one year in public practice accounting. He holds a BBA with Honours and a Certificate in Business Technology Management from Simon Fraser University in British Columbia, Canada.