Webinar Replay: Optimizing the Acceptance Rates of Recurring Payment


If you’re a US Merchant, you’re probably losing money and don’t even know it. With credit card approval ratings lower than the global average, US Merchants are losing billions through hidden revenue leakage. And as your business expands you must strengthen your systems to support multiple acceptance processes that cross regional and national borders.

Recurring payments deliver higher customer value, while decreasing the sales costs for the business, but add increased complexity that can make acceptance management a daunting task, even for the most experienced finance teams.

To learn how to increase overall acceptance rates, watch the on-demand webinar, “Optimizing the Acceptance Rates of Recurring Payments”. Hosted by Bill Rollinson, Sr. Product Manager at Aria Systems, and Keeley Sapienza, Sr. Consultant of Chase, you’ll learn:

  •  Opportunities and shifts brought on by recurring payment models
  •  Effective tools for securing payments and alternative payment solutions
  •  Best practices for recurring billing payments
  •  Real life views, examples, and recommendations
In one hour you’ll get information and tips that will Increase your revenue and minimize the risk of revenue leakage. Watch the recording today.

Bill Rollinson
Sr. Product Manager

Bill Rollinson, Aria Systems' senior product manager, has extensive experience with global e-commerce and online credit card payment solutions for enterprise-class customers. Prior to joining Aria, Bill worked at CyberSource/Visa in their Global Services Group.

Meet the Presenters:

Keeley Sapienza
Sr. Consultant

Keeley Sapienza, Senior Consultant, has many years of experience consulting with recurring and continuity merchants on payment practices that maximize their business operations and enhance their processing model. Keeley has been with Chase Commerce for more than 21 years, including management positions in Product Management & Account Management. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Economics from Saint John Fisher College.

Recorded on November 10, 2015