Join our Live Webcast to learn about Oracle Textura Payment Management!

Partnering for Effective Construction Payment Management

Sept 26, 2018
1:00 p.m. CST

Payment processes in the construction industry historically have been largely manual and paper-laden – requiring everyone involved to devote a great deal of time and resources to managing a large volume of paper documents. Invoices, compliance documents, change orders, lien waivers, and other critical payment materials continue to be generated and exchanged in disjointed and inefficient ways.

As project owners, it is crucial to have a clear picture of how cash flows through the construction supply chain. Unfortunately, manual processes are largely inefficient, costly, and open to risk. In this webcast, you will discover how Oracle Textura Payment Management Cloud Service is helping project owners manage the complex invoicing and payment process. Learn how you can increase efficiency and control, streamline and automate processes, reduce financial and legal exposure, lower operational costs, and improve cash flow.


  • No organization or project is too big to fail, learn how to manage construction payment risk effectively
  • Find out how to pinpoint where cash isn’t flowing and understand why
  • Discover how faster cash flow directly impacts project performance
  • Learn how to create a consistent and efficient flow of complex construction invoicing data

Featured Speakers

Ryan Wills

Ryan Wills
Senior Manager
Client Services

Ryan Wills has been a Senior Manager of Oracle Textura’s Client Services team since July 2013. From June 2006 to June 2013 Ryan served in various other roles in Textura’s Client Services organization. Ryan is a well-rounded professional with expertise in business process improvement and software implementation. With a thorough understanding of commercial construction payment processes, Ryan constantly finds ways to deliver solutions that exceed client expectations. He has played an integral role in growing Textura’s business from a small firm in 2006 to a NYSE listed organization and on through the Oracle acquisition with a particular emphasis on forming Textura’s “client first” culture. Ryan holds a B.S. in Management from Purdue University’s Krannert School of Management with a focus in Management Information Systems.