J.P. Morgan Integrated Receivables is a proprietary and configurable solution that provides key capabilities at each step of the receivables process and works in conjunction with your internal systems to automate accounts receivable, reduce Days Sales Outstanding (DSO) and improve your working capital.
Integrated Receivables offers four key modules that can be used individually or together as an integrated solution. Each module is aligned to a key step of the accounts receivable (AR) process - from invoice distribution, to collection, through reconciliation and reporting.
Our secure, online portal enables your customers to view their invoices electronically
Digital and electronic payments seamlessly combine with checks from J.P. Morgan lockbox or remote capture solution
Automatically link remittance information to incoming payments and your open accounts receivables
Gain visibility and seamlessly manage exceptions online or through your ERP system
Connect with your customers through a private and branded online portal enabling them to view and pay invoices electronically.
Digital and electronic payments seamlessly combine with paper check processing from a J.P. Morgan lockbox or remote deposit capture solutions.
Reconcile collections through automated association of remittance information to incoming payments and your accounts receivable records.
Improve visibility and manage exceptions with flexible and configurable reporting options accessible online or integrated directly with your ERP system.
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