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"Spotting the invisible gorilla in financial operations"

The Institute of Financial Operations has published a great new article on fraud and how to spot it within your organization.

"Bethmara Kessler, certified fraud examiner and managing director of The Fraud and Risk Advisory Group in Melbourne, Fla., suspects you may already be working with someone who has a tendency toward committing fraud, but most financial operations professionals haven't been taught to recognize the traits."

Read the entire article here.


ASAE's FHBROC "Get Away" Winner!


Just got back from another successful event; this time in our own backyard @ ASAE’s FHBROC’s Conference where we announced our third winner of our “Get Away” campaign.

Congratulations to Rhonda Mueller of the Catholic Health Association- who won $500 in JetBlue tickets.

We wish Rhonda all the best in her travels! Rhonda, please send us photos!

See how you can get away with automating your accounts payable. Contact us!

Check out our exhibit at the 2012 ASAE Finance, Business Operations & HR Conference

Anybill is excited to announce that we will be in attendance for the American Society of Association Executives’ (ASAE) 2012 Finance, Business Operations & HR Conference in Washington, DC on June 6th & 7th. We will demonstrate the most recent iteration of our automated AP solution - a program allowing professionals to process payments at any time from any location. Stop by our booth to learn more or just to say Hi. Read our full press release at

Great new article published by

To compete, nonprofits must consider outsourcing accounting, tech operations

With dwindling resources and greater demand for transparency from the Internal Revenue Service and funding sources, nonprofits in New Jersey will need to invest in strategic planning and outsource accounting and technology operations to improve their financial performance in 2012, a nonprofit services executive with The Mercadien Group said.

By Katie Eder

Read Full Article Here.

BDO Alliance Event Winner

Did you enjoy the BDO Alliance event as much as we did? We had a great time, but we know one person who enjoyed it even more. Todd Brumley of BDO, who won $500 in JetBlue Certificates. 

Here's a shot of Todd gettng ready for his next trip. Congratulations from all of us at Anybill Todd!

Get Away with Anybill!

We’re getting ready for tradeshow season with our latest campaign “Get Away” – click here to schedule a demo and enter to win two free JetBlue tickets!

Check out our new tabletop booth  - with Marketing Intern, Kristina Lance.


American Heart Association’s 14th Annual Heart Ball

Anybill recently co-sponsored the American Heart Association’s 14th annual Greater Washington Region’s Heart Ball. The event raised more than $1 million to support  research, public education, and CPR training in the Washington, DC area.

Anybill’s “Doing Good is Good for Business” culture found a perfect partner in the Greater Washington Heart Ball.  The Heart Association spends more in our region than it raises due to the high volume of medical research taking place here. Our support helps the Association continue its life-saving work, reaching out to at-risk populations to create a healthier community.

The Ball has a special place in my heart (I was the 2012 vice chair) because it takes on cardiovascular disease, the leading cause of death for American men and women -- and an enduring menace in my family.

A reporter from The Washington Post (read the article here) attended the Ball. When she asked about my thoughts on heart disease, I replied with three numbers: 67, 57 and 1.  These figures, I explained, correspond to ages:  67 is the age of the oldest any make has lived in my family, 57 is age at which my grandfather died from the disease, and one is the age of my niece when she was first threatened by a serious heart related issue.

I left the event with a great feeling of satisfaction. Not only had we had a great time (the food and music were outstanding), but we raised a significant amount of money for an important cause and raised public awareness of a critical health issue. I’m excited about next year’s Heart Ball  (I’ve already signed on as the 2013 event chair), confident we can attract more guests, raise more funds
and support more research.

If I’ve sparked an interest in taking better care of your heart, or supporting the work of the American Heart Association, I encourage you to visit the AHA website and DONATE!!

With Heartfelt Thanks,


Check out our cool ad for the AHA Heart Ball!

Focus On These 5 Things to Make 2012 a Great Year

If you’re an Accounts Payable professional, your attention shifted from 2011 to 2012 some time ago. But…what key trends influenced your planning for this year? How do you plan for a future that includes economic uncertainty, legislative change and technological revolution? AP Now’s editorial director, Mary Schaeffer, has selected five “hot issues” every AP professional needs to focus on.

  • Issue #1: Fraud. Among the most significant threats: sophisticated Eastern European crooks are zeroing in on the ACH and those working in AP to commit electronic thefts. It’s essential these frauds be detected quickly as banks are unlikely to reverse unauthorized transactions after 24 hours.
  • Issue #2: Accounts Payable Automation. Impending changes at the US Post Office make it likely we’ll see at least a one-day increase in delivery time for first class mail. This will have a huge impact on businesses relying on the USPS for receipt and delivery of invoices and payments.
  • Issue #5: Your Professional Future. Want to make yourself essential to your employer? Develop new strategic skills. Identify development opportunities and learn how to persuasively make a case for a piece of the training budget.

Explore all 5 “hot issues” here: Emerging Concerns in 2012 for Accounts Payable.

Anybill Has Good News to Share With You

Anybill just became the world’s largest tax payment processor!

As you may know, we provide reliable, cost-effective tax payment services to the biggest names in corporate tax accounting. Learn more by clicking here.

As always, Anybill is ready to help with any payment service challenge you face.


Matt and Peter


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