Bottomline Technologies announced that Fort Wayne Specialty Alloys has deployed its PayBase Universal Payment Engine. Fort Wayne, the U.S. division of Slater Steel, Inc., is also using Bottomline’s FRM (Financial Resource Management) technology to manage and control its payment operations and protect the corporation against the risk of payment fraud. Fort Wayne is one of North America’s leading producers of stainless steel bar products. The organisation has employed Bottomline’s payment management software since 1997. ‘Leveraging payment technology has helped us to effectively execute, manage and control the processing of all of our vendor payments and employee travel and expense reimbursements,’ remarked Steve Fuller, Division Controller.
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