How Can You Measure Success if You Don’t Have Accurate Data?

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Tuesday, September 15, 2015
06:00 PM - 07:00 PM BST
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How Can You Measure Success if You Don’t Have Accurate Data?

'Real-Time' information is becoming increasingly valuable to decision makers, providing visibility and accuracy that allows you to unlock value throughout the Purchase-to-Pay process. Gartner estimates, in fact, that 70% of the world's most profitable companies will use embedded real time predictive analytics by 2016. How close are you to achieving this?

This session will discuss the importance of optimizing the Finance and Accounts Payable processes to help achieve the above. Success lies in significantly increasing the efficiency of document-centric business processes (Purchase-to-Pay, Order-to-Cash, customer case handling, etc.).

Learn about new decision-making tools that monitor and control your Finance processes – including supplier scoring, KPI monitoring, and reporting.

*This session was originally featured in the SSON Virtual Open House on September 15th 2015*


Alan Brown
Sales Manager World-Wide
BPM Synergy

Guy Turton
Financial Systems Manager
Oxford Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust

Guy joined OHFT after 10 years working for VARS in mid range accounting sector. He now has 10 years under his belt as financial systems operations manager in OHFT. He worked for the value added resellers on installations & implementations of accounting/finance software all round the country 1995 to 2005 for small and medium sized private sector businesses, job title of consultant. First at Information Systems Networks in Abingdon and then later for Minerva Computer Services in Potters Bar 2005 to present has been OHFT.