Yes.  For a few reasons.  Forty-eight states in the U.S. dictate very specific payment terms for the wholesale of beverage alcohol to retailers. Half of the states require payment at the time of delivery (COD), and the other half allow wholesalers to extend limited credit terms. In nearly

Last week, we had the pleasure of hosting Columbia Distributing for an onsite visit. The Columbia team traveled down from Oregon to celebrate their success as a distributor utilizing Fintech for alcohol invoice processing and to experience all that Tampa Bay has to offer. We were able to

It’s 2024 – and many businesses still rely on paper checks for B2B payments. Traditional manual accounts payable (AP) and accounts receivable processes (AR) clog up key commercial transactions, especially in the alcohol industry, where there are issues of compliance with state regulations and repetitive manual processes with

In the world of alcohol distribution, where speed, efficiency, and safety intertwine, the adoption of cashless Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT) emerges as a transformative solution. Tryon Distributing, a Fintech distributing partner, is embracing this innovative payment method with its retailers. There are multiple benefits with EFT alcohol invoice

In today’s ever-evolving business landscape, the efficient management of invoices is a cornerstone for success, especially in industries involving the sale of alcohol. With the number of invoices coming in from a variety of alcohol distributors, managing those invoices quickly becomes a daunting task. Effective invoice management has

There is a shortage of truck drivers affecting the commercial transportation industry, and it is projected to get worse before it gets better. According to a recent study conducted by the American Journal of Transportation (AJOT), over 80,000 drivers are needed to address the current gap. By 2030,

Erik Schaeffer (Manager, Regulatory Affairs) contributed to this blog. Today marks 90 years since the 21st Amendment was ratified, repealing the 18th Amendment and paving the way for the modern three-tier system and alcohol regulatory framework. The end of Prohibition allowed states to begin adopting their own laws

This last week was the National Beer Wholesalers Association’s (NBWA) 86th Annual Convention & Trade Show in Las Vegas, Nevada. This meeting “provides valuable education programs for the beer industry and introduces distributors to new products, technologies, and vendors needed to run their operations.” Over 200 companies gathered

  “Working Together – We’re More Than OK!”  That was the theme of last week’s National Conference of State Liquor Administrators (NCSLA) annual conference in Oklahoma City. Regulators, counsel for alcohol beverage control boards from across the nation, and other industry representatives gathered to discuss and share ideas

  Beer Serves America, a biennial report prepared for The Beer Institute and the National Beer Wholesalers Association, outlines the economic impact of the beer industry. The brewing industry is an integral part of the national economy, contributing billions of dollars in wages and taxes and creating millions