CNBC's Jon Fortt discusses small business transactions amid the pandemic and more with Bill.com CEO René Lacerte.
After being pushed out of his first startup, Rene Lacerte spent 13 years building his bill-paying company into a unicorn. Now, 20 months later, it’s worth $10 billion.
Combining services, technology and communication on a secure platform allows family office and wealth management firms to strengthen their clients’ trust and meet their needs while staying competitive in today’s technology-driven world.
The company's offering is aimed at wealth management and accounting firms supporting high-net-worth clients.
As 2020 has continued to present unexpected challenges for businesses across all industries, many companies, including accounting firms, are wondering how to position themselves for future success.
Mad Money with Jim Cramer: Bill.com CEO René Lacerte breaks down the software company’s mission in efforts to help small- and medium-sized businesses eliminate the hassle of paper.
Jon Fortt, CNBC anchor, talks to René Lacerte about the state of small and mid-size businesses in the pandemic, the challenge of serving them through difficult times, and Lacerte's entrepreneurial journey.
Automated technology makes it easier to provide extra services during these difficult times; and it also creates opportunity to move to value pricing.
With the realities brought on by COVID-19, going digital is no longer optional—it’s necessary.
March Capital's Jamie Montgomery and Forbes's Rich Karlgaard talk to Bill.com's CEO, Rene Lacerte, about fintech, fast growth, mentorship secrets, and how Lacerte's father became a top rockabilly pianist with only six fingers.
Cash flow management is the top driver of finance leaders’ investment in accounts payable (AP) and accounts receivable (AR) automation, according to a new study by Bill.com and CFO Research, the research arm of CFO.com.
Bill.com (NYSE:BILL) announced today payments executive Colleen Taylor and brand leader Allie Kline have joined the company’s board of directors.
“I’ll be surprised if companies in the Valley tell employees, ‘You must be in the office every day of the week,’” predicts René Lacerte in discussing a post-Covid-19 world.