Customer Success Story: The City of Cleburne is a municipality in Texas that's home to over 30,000 people. As in many accounts payable departments, the city's payment team of four struggled to keep up with demand using a check-based, manual process.
Finance Coordinator Kristin Torres knew that relying on checks for supplier payments—to the tune of 200 per week—wasn't a sustainable AP process. It required far too much manpower to prepare, sign, and mail paper payments for the current system to be efficient. Now with automated electronic payments, Cleburne's AP and finance teams save 3-4 hours each week and have earned $53,000 in card rebates.
"It's time saved form receiving, sorting invoices to match up with paper checks, and then to stuff those paper checks. In addition, the new process allows us to focus on reducing errors."
Kristin Torres, Finance Coordinator | City of Cleburne
Read the case study to see how switching from paper checks to electronic payments generates significant savings for the City of Cleburne.