In today’s uncertain economic times, doing more with less has become more of a survival skill than a go-forward strategy. Who says it can’t be both? Implementing automation tools to increase productivity and efficiency should be at the top of your to-do list. Your Account Payable (AP) department is a business unit that can see a significant return on investment with automation tools.
Automation is more than just eliminating manual data entry. From having full visibility into your AP process to eliminating received not vouchered invoices and reducing the percent of invoice exceptions, AP Automation paves the way for straight-through processing — and that’s only the beginning.
Join us for Discovering End-to-End Benefits of AP Automation for EBS to learn how automation tools can make a significant impact on your AP department. Our AP experts will cover:
Don’t miss your opportunity to see firsthand how companies have implemented AP Automation tools. Increased efficiency and productivity are only two benefits; however, it is the tangible return on investment that makes AP Automation the ideal tool for SMEs and large enterprises.
|December 16, 2020||2pm EST||Your Desk!|
About the Speaker:
Ken is the Vice President of Sales and Marketing for IntelliChief. He is responsible for the management, leadership, and strategy of all sales, alliance, and marketing functions.
Ken has more than 15 years of industry experience in the document, process, and content management software space. Ken began his career as a new business sales representative at Quadrant Software. In that role, he set records in Salesforce for revenue and helped over 200 companies, including Kraft Foods, Phillip Morris, and Abbott Laboratories, recognize the value of integrating Document Management technologies.
Ken is a frequent speaker at ERP-specific conferences and local user groups across the United States. He specializes in helping businesses integrate content, workflow, advanced capture, and document management systems into core business applications. He also sits on the board of Aprix Solutions, a startup, he co-founded in 2010. Ken has also proudly served in the United States Marine Corps.