Winners will be honored at the 2019 Red Carpet Golden Bridge Awards Ceremony in San Francisco
HighRadius, a fintech enterprise Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) company specializing in Artificial Intelligence-based Autonomous Systems for Accounts Receivables and Treasury processes, announced it has been named as a Silver Winner in the Golden Bridge Awards® in the artificial intelligence (AI) category for its Autonomous Receivables product.
“It’s an honor for HighRadius to win the global Golden Bridge Awards”
The coveted Golden Bridge Awards program encompasses the world’s best in a variety of categories, including organizational performance, innovations, products and services, executives and management teams. Organizations from all over the world are eligible to submit nominations including startup, non-profit, for-profit, private and public companies.
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“It’s an honor for HighRadius to win the global Golden Bridge Awards,” said HighRadius Founder and CEO Sashi Narahari. “As we continue to grow, we’re putting an increasing number of the world’s A/R departments in autonomous mode, with tools like Freeda™and Autonomous Receivables accounting for the overall majority of day-to-day tasks. This award is a testament to the power of the receivables department of the future, and its capacity to help businesses realize better cash flow and greater overall productivity.”
Winners will be honored in San Francisco on Monday, October 28, 2019, during the annual Red Carpet Silicon Valley United States Awards Ceremony.
HighRadius’ Autonomous Receivables platform combines the strengths of AI automation and professionals working in credit-to-cash to bring unprecedented levels of productivity to corporate collections and accounts receivables departments. Autonomous Receivables takes advantage of HighRadius’ proprietary Rivana™ Artificial Intelligence Engine and voice- and touch-enabled Digital Assistant Freeda™ to automate a number of manual collections tasks, and enable credit professionals to dedicate more time to higher cognitive tasks. Autonomous Receivables features include the automatic development of a daily worklist so collections professionals can identify and structure their day around higher priority tasks. Autonomous Receivables can also take notes, generate Promise-to-Pays, automate account follow-ups and more.
More than 160 international judges from a broad spectrum of industries participated and average scores determined the 2019 Golden Bridge Awards Finalists and Winners.