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Free Bill.com Webinar to Explore How Cloud Computing Changes the Game for Dentists

Webinar Will Illustrate How to Use the Cloud to Transform Dental Practice Payments and Make More Money

PALO ALTO, CA -- (Marketwire) -- 12/12/12 -- Bill.com, the leader in integrated bill payment, invoicing and cash management solutions for businesses, today announced that it will explore how dentists can deploy breakthrough cloud technology to transform their practices and make more money in a free webinar, "How Cloud Computing Changes the Game for Dentists," on Thursday, December 13, at 11 a.m. PT. Registration is available now at http://cashflow.bill.com/gcdentist_121312.

This webinar will discuss how cloud computing can help dentists automate time-consuming, inefficient manual processes like billing and payables, eliminating unnecessary paperwork and -- most importantly -- identifying the key areas for improvement in their practice. Featuring Mike White, CPA, of M. White & Associates, a firm that provides accounting, tax and consulting services to dental and medical practices, the webinar will inform attendees how to:

  • control their cash flow;
  • boost their revenue;
  • increase their production per patient;
  • increase their collections per patient; and
  • get more new patients.

The webinar will also discuss how new tax laws will affect dentists, detailing all the likely changes.

"The cloud has the potential to save dentists not only money but valuable time that they could be spending with their patients and building their practice," said René Lacerte, founder and CEO of Bill.com. "We look forward to sharing some great ideas and useful tips on how the cloud can transform the very way dental practices are run in what is sure to be an informative and lively discussion."

Bill.com delivers a complete web-based financial solution for businesses and accountants that provides the tools, information, and collaboration required to better manage their financial tasks and optimize cash flow. Bill.com's game-changing technology digitizes a historically paper-based and time-consuming process, allowing users to access online bill payments, e-invoicing, document management, and automated workflow through one easy system. In addition to seamlessly integrating with business' existing accounting software programs, Bill.com provides financial leaders with a comprehensive view of their cash forecast -- making it the only solution that connects a user's banks, bookkeeping, and business.

About Bill.com

Bill.com is a cash flow command and control system that manages accounts payable and receivable for businesses of all sizes. Offering online bill pay, custom invoicing services, unlimited document storage, collaboration tools, and mobile access, Bill.com's services easily sync to users' accounting software programs and online bank accounts to better control company financials. Bill.com guards against errors and employs enterprise-class fraud protections that current methods cannot match. More than 100,000 users are now getting paid and paying millions of bills, worth billions of dollars, using Bill.com. Financial institutions can now offer these benefits to their business customers by integrating Bill.com with their banking platform.

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