What is So Positive About Positive Pay?

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by: Kathy M., Director of Treasury Management
Old School crime is back and check fraud is surging. Thankfully, businesses are turning to digital payments and electronic alternatives like card and ACH. Unfortunately, some business owners are committed to paper and use checks as part of their daily operations. Simply search the term “check washing” into any search…

Treasury Management Business Banking Solutions

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by: Kathy M., Director of Treasury Management
At Bank Midwest we understand that operating a business is a lot of work, and it is our priority to provide our clients with the best tools and services to keep business running smoothly. Here we outline the products and services that Bank Midwest offers through the Treasury Management platform. In addition…

Looking Ahead: Business Planning for 2023

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by: Sarah B., Community Banks of Colorado, Commercial Banking Co-Market Manager
Business Planning for 2023 In September, a group of Colorado business executives discussed the unique challenges faced in 2022 to identify opportunities for business in the upcoming year. In 2022, all businesses faced several challenges. From the corner mom-and-pop shop to large mega-corporations, there were unique obstacles to overcome. From…

5 Reasons Why Cash Flow is Important to Small Businesses

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by: Valerie K., Executive Vice President, Chief Digital Officer
5 Reasons Why Cash Flow is Important to Small Businesses Everyone knows that money is important in business, but how about the specifics? Here are 5 reasons why cash flow is so important to small businesses. When it comes to cash, the obvious takeaway is that money in is good,…

Why Businesses Need to Embrace the Digital Payments Now

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by: Valerie K., Director, Treasury Management and Client Services & Solutions
Before the pandemic, most businesses were living comfortably in the paper world when it came to managing their payments and collections. Many had relied for years on back-office staff to stay on top of the constant flow of checks, invoices and snail-mail. If that approach looked outdated before, it seems prehistoric after the events…