Advances in Payment Technologies and Adoption Strategies to Facilitate Business-to-Business Payments

Date of Award


Document Type

Undergraduate Capstone Project

Degree Name

Master of Professional Studies

Organizational Unit

University College, Organizational Leadership


Organizational Leadership

First Advisor

Evans Mehew


B2B, EIPP, Electronic payments, Payment technologies, Payments, Business-to-business


Business-to-business (B2B) electronic payments offer businesses a convenient alternative for the movement of funds and the transfer of accounting information. While consumers have adopted electronic transfers as their primary movement strategy for financial information, businesses have resisted the change to electronic transfers as opposed to traditional paper transfers. The capstone project explores the significance of B2B electronic transfers through examining the historic background of B2B electronic transfers and describes the rationale governing B2B use among organizations. Many organizations perceive B2B electronic transfers as inherently insecure. Technology adoption theories are of interest to the research as these theories show how B2B electronic transfers differ from established processes and cause an organizational shift in the methods employed by businesses.

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