Where: The Shelbourne Hotel, 27 St. Stephen’s Green, Dublin 2
Date: Thursday 13th December 2018
Time: 10:30am – 2:00pm, lunch included.
This event is free to attend. However, spaces are limited.
“We no longer have to worry about wasting time sorting papers that we shouldn’t have to deal with.” – Applegreen
In a world where the rate of automation is increasing and methods of conducting business are ever-evolving, companies are continuously looking for ways to streamline their key business functions across all departments. In an effort to stay competitive, organisations recognise the need to cut costs and improve efficiency at all levels throughout the business.
While other parts of the business are well down the line in terms of technology and automation, AP departments are often forgotten during these times of technological advancements and their teams are left manually processing invoices the same way they have for the last number of years.
Join us to learn first-hand how you can build a business case for AP Automation considering time and cost savings at each stage of the AP process.
Furthermore we will present some real case studies showing how AP Automation has transformed the way some of our customers manage their invoice processing on a day-to-day basis and also provided them tools to enable and achieve GDPR compliance in their business.
The AP department is no longer ‘just’ about data processing, it is now the centre of your company’s creditor management, reporting and forecasting and can help shape your strategy. It has transformed from a secondary support role into a value-added business function, crucial to a company’s financial success.
AP Automation has played a major role in this transformation, so much so it is no longer just a trend for Finance teams, it is now the norm.
Companies who fail to embrace this change will soon find themselves trailing in the wake of their competitors who recognised the benefits of AP Automation long ago.
Don’t get left behind, 2019 can be the year your department embraces AP Automation and moves forward alongside the rest of the competition.
Alistair Thacker, Head of Technology, Kefron