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Did you know…

Did you know there are 8 Pitfalls of Accounts Payable Automation! That’s right – 8 places where a company that is going from a paper accounts payable process to an automated process will have trouble (if not done right). I have spent a lot of time and energy with companies that are in the pit! It is expensive to be in the pit! It is no fun to be in the pit! So if you could stay out of the pit would []

It’s all about to change…

It’s all about to change – starting now! I don’t want to misrepresent myself – I am not a big country music fan. I don’t mind it, but country is not my music of choice. Having written that, the above statement is taken from a Travis Tritt song. He was singing about relationships and I am talking about Accounts Payable (not great inspiration for a song – although one was written about it: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R_ZRfiEpJkI ) There is a movement to eliminate paper []

I had to look it up!

… but it is 15 days until The 8 Pitfalls of Accounts Payable Automation goes on sales… here is a sneak peak at 8 areas that cause trouble when going from a paper to an automated process: 1. Current Environment 2. Vendor (Partner) Selection 3. Getting Organized 4. The Project 5. The Vendor 6. Training and Go Live 7. Evaluation 8. The Future

It is all about to start!

Keep your eyes open. On March 1st the madness will begin. The 8 Pitfalls of Accounts Payable Automation will become available to the public! Have you ever wonder where companies have struggled when going from a paper to an automated accounts payable process? Wonder no more – 8 Pitfall will tell you.


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Thank you for the webinar today, it was very informative.  We enjoyed learning about the 5 steps and should definitely consider the soft vs. hard savings in any AP automation solution

Rose

Your passion for the subject came through clearly and I loved the stories.  It helps me put the concept into context, and, relate it to my existing clients

Cheryl

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