BOSTON--()--BillingOrchard has been named as a finalist for a 2013 Innovator Award in the category of Best Small Business Innovation.
“Being recognized and nominated as a finalist for a 2013 Innovator Award reinforces the BillingOrchard team’s commitment, perseverance and dedication to disrupting the online invoicing landscape”
One of five finalists in their category, BillingOrchard is being recognized as a leader in the payments industry. Voting is open now through March 7 on PYMNTS.com with the winners being announced during a live ceremony hosted by The Office’s B.J. Novak on March 21 from The Innovation Project, a two-day program that will challenge the way that the payments and broader commerce ecosystem thinks, develops, and ignites innovation. BillingOrchard is being recognized for online invoicing and automated billing software.
“Being recognized and nominated as a finalist for a 2013 Innovator Award reinforces the BillingOrchard team’s commitment, perseverance and dedication to disrupting the online invoicing landscape,” says Jason Swenk, Chief Innovative Officer of BillingOrchard. “We’re honored to be a part of this year’s payment technology crowd, and we are intent on redefining the accounts receivables process for years to come.”
The Innovation Project 2013 delegates include senior executives and elite innovators from every aspect of the payments and broader commerce ecosystem, worldwide. The Innovation Project is hosted by PYMNTS.com, the leading source of news and content on “what’s next” in payments innovation, and is taking place on March 20-21 at Harvard University. One of its five modules includes pairing industry CEOs with external thought leaders such as Al Gore (former U.S. VP), Steve Levitt (Freakonomics), Eric Reis (The Lean Startup), Rosie Rios (U.S. Treasurer), Russell Simmons (Rush Card), Raj Date (CFPB), and Josh Lerner (Architecture of Innovation) to challenge the conventional wisdom around what it will take to get merchants and consumers to adopt new ways to shop and pay. Warren Buffett is the program’s keynote.
For more information on BillingOrchard and its online invoicing and accounts receivables technology, visit www.billingorchard.com. To see the list of other finalists and to vote, click here, and to request an invitation to participate as a delegate please visit theinnovationproject2013.com.
The biggest concern facing small business owners is cash flow. Waiting for a client’s check in the mail is nerve-wracking; creating the same invoices each month is monotonous; synching check payment with account receivables software is time-consuming.
There’s a better way to balance the books.
BillingOrchard is an Atlanta-based company dedicated to payment technology innovation; our mission is clear: to make it simple for business owners to collect money. We are a B2B online invoicing systems that demystifies the complexity surrounding account receivables. Intuitive design, turnkey payment processing and best-in-class technical support and customer service differentiate BillingOrchard from similar accounting platforms.
We deliver uncomplicated invoicing and payment processing solutions to small business owners. From automated recurring billing and feature-rich HTML invoices, to customized reports and a portal for clients, BillingOrchard redefines billing and invoicing for the small to medium-size enterprise community, and we’re redefining the payment landscape one happy customer and employee at a time.
About The Innovation Project
Over 2 days, 100 speakers and 500 senior members of the payments industry will change the way that the payments and its broader commerce ecosystem thinks, talks, delivers and ignites innovation. On March 20th and 21st the greatest minds in commerce and payments will assemble at Harvard University near Boston to kick the conversation about innovation up to an entirely different level at a program called The Innovation Project. Speakers and delegates are among the most senior executives and elite innovators from literally every established payments company worldwide, along with the CEOs of the most innovative startups in the space. One of its five modules includes pairing industry CEOs with external thought leaders such as Al Gore (former U.S. VP), Steve Levitt (Freakonomics), Eric Reis (The Lean Startup), Rosie Rios (U.S. Treasurer), Russell Simmons (Rush Card), Raj Date (CFPB), and Josh Lerner (The Architecture of Innovation) to challenge the conventional wisdom around what it will take to get merchants and consumers to adopt new ways to shop and pay. Warren Buffett is the program’s keynote. The Innovation Project also hosts the industry’s 2013 PYMNTS.com Innovator Awards, given to 15 of the industry’s top innovators over dinner, which this year will be emceed by B.J. Novak of The Office and will introduce delegates to 40 of the hottest “next generation” payments innovators.
PYMNTS.com is reinventing the way in which companies in payments share relevant information about the initiatives that shape the future of commerce and make news. This powerful B2B platform is the #1 site for the payments industry by traffic and the premier source of information about “what’s next” in payments. C-suite and VP level executives read it daily for these insights, making the PYMNTS.com audience the most valuable in the industry. It provides an interactive platform for companies to demonstrate thought leadership, popularize products and, most importantly, capture the mindshare of global decision-makers. It’s where the best minds and best content meet on the web.