Receivables in Motion: The Changing Game Plan to Grow Treasury Management Revenue

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4 November 2014


In response to declining business-to-business check volume and nonbank competition, banks are making changes to their receivables management product lineup. Atop their rosters: Integrated Receivables Management.

Banks have offered a relatively stable suite of receivables management solutions to commercial clients for some time. But with the payments mix increasingly electronic, what’s next? Are banks rethinking receivables? Should they be?

In the report Receivables in Motion: The Changing Game Plan to Grow Treasury Management Services Revenue, Celent offers an analysis of how large and midsize banks are keeping their treasury management services product mix relevant alongside the changing business-to-business payments mix and growing nonbank competition.

Based on the results of an October 2014 survey among North American banks, Celent finds that most banks are reliant on treasury management services (TMS) for revenue growth and are placing a great deal of importance on accounts receivables services to sustain that growth — more so than any other product in their lineup.

“Receivables are in motion at most midsize and large banks,” says Bob Meara, a senior analyst with Celent’s Banking practice and author of the report.

The report begins with the need for a new treasury management services game plan and examines banks’ treasury management priorities, current receivables management roster, and the importance placed on each part of the roster.

The report then looks in significant detail at three areas within receivables management: wholesale lockbox, integrated receivables, and remote deposit capture (RDC). In concludes with recommendations to banks seeking many winning treasury management seasons to come.