Supplier Information

Why did I receive an email from my customer?

This is because EFTsure has been authorised to perform supplier verification on behalf of your Customer.

This process reaches out to all of your Customer’s suppliers, is a procedural request and is not related to a specific invoice or payment. Should you wish to further validate legitimacy of this request, you may contact the accounts department of your customer directly.

The process only takes a couple of minutes, is very simple to complete and helps ensure that payments intended for you arrive in your account.

Please contact support@eftsure.com.au for further information or if you have any queries or concerns.

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Schedule a demo with Ian Mirels

EFTsure’s CEO & Co-Founder

Ian is a Chartered Accountant (CA) and has had extensive exposure to the implementation of financial software applications, payment processes and internal controls in the life cycle of the payment process.

Schedule a demo with Ed Elliff

EFTsure General Manager

Ed's IT career spans 35 years and 4 continents, from start-ups to regional carriers managing software development, presales, consulting, managed services and marketing teams. Ed's focus since 2000 has been on sales management, business development strategy and execution across Asia Pacific.

Schedule a demo with Bill Willcocks

EFTsure Business Manager Queensland & Northern Territory

Bill is based in Brisbane and has a background in Financial Services and Procurement. Having worked extensively with Corporate Clients, Local Government, Government Agencies, Not-for-Profit and Indigenous Organisations, Bill has a clear understanding of the risks associated with the payments process.

Schedule a demo with Calvin Woo

EFTsure Business Development Manager

Calvin has over 14 years of business development and consulting experience from large organisations including American Express and Equifax to running successful businesses within the IT and hospitality sector. He has provided extensive consultations around financial risk mitigation strategies to a large number of ASX 200 and SME’s. He prides himself in solving the best possible solution for his clients.

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A Vendor Master File (VMF) holds all the information for your organizations numerous payees.

It is your source of information for all electronic fund transfers. VMFs often hold thousands of details including names, account and BSB numbers, GST status, ABN details and more.

With human error, human fraud, malicious cyber attacks and supplier changes, there is usually a 20-25% anomaly rate in any given VMF.

That means that nearly one quarter of this essential information held by your organisation on your payees, is in need of review.

Given the VMF is what your organisation uses to make correct payments, this is a level of error that would make most people feel uncomfortable.

When did you last review your Vendor Master File? Book a VMF Health Check to receive your Risk Score Card and discover what your anomaly rate is.

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