The credit-to-cash process is a complex one. Managing it successfully, with smart tools, helps AR professionals achieve “Revenue Hero” status in their organizations. After all, without the consistent management of layered and often very manual processes, businesses would not be invoicing customers, receiving payments, and processing cash flow back into the business. There would be no revenue.
Digitizing AP delivers more than just cost savings and process efficiency —it puts finance in an unmatched position to deliver unique insights, optimized cash management strategies, and cutting-edge innovations to the organization. And now is the time for AP teams to drive that transformation with supply chains top of mind in every boardroom as a result of the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. Join our expert speakers as we discuss how digitizing AP can not only help mitigate the negative impacts of the present crisis by reducing buyer-supplier friction, but also how it will provide the foundation for your organization to rebound quickly and emerge stronger no matter what our ‘new normal’ looks like.
Among the topics we’ll be discussing are:
In these unique times, companies are looking for ways to keep critical processes undisrupted, but also to explore long-term solutions to help mitigate internal vulnerabilities and shortcomings exposed by the current situation. In our session, we will discuss:
• Best practices and technology functionality for successful “work from anywhere”
• Leveraging automation and outsourcing for strategic advantage
• Client tips for successful cloud automation implementations
• Extending cloud automation beyond AP documents
• Utilizing off-shore benefits
The explosive spread of COVID-19 has “forced our hand” to deliver finance shared services in many new ways. Practices that we have been debating for years were immediately “green-lighted” and put into production overnight. Remote work became the norm. The use of video tools exploded. Business continuity planning became highest priority. But what happens as the world slowly eases back to the new normal? What changes should “stick” for the long-haul, and what practices should we discard as necessary band-aids? During this session, we will discuss post-pandemic topics, including: