Now, more than ever, it is important to maximize productivity in your back office with Accounts Payable Automation. But before you can eliminate tedious paperwork, automate data entry and approval routing, and improve your organization’s overall financial performance, you must select tangible KPIs to measure the effectiveness of your AP Automation solution.
Join us for Proven Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) in AP Automation for Oracle JD Edwards (JDE E1 and World) to learn how to identify and measure the critical KPIs that help you achieve peak performance in your back office.
In this webinar, our experts will cover measurable KPIs for AP Automation that can be impacted by real-time integration with your existing Oracle JD Edwards (JDE E1 and World) ERP, including:
By tracking these KPIs, your organization will get a firsthand look at the operational improvements and cost savings of your AP Automation solution. Join us for Proven Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) in AP Automation for Oracle JD Edwards (JDE E1 and World) and you will walk away with a clear understanding of how AP Automation can improve efficiency and productivity in your AP department.
|January 27, 2021||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.