As the COVID-19 vaccine roll-out continues at pace, the return to the physical office is once again coming into view. But the office we left behind fourteen months ago will not be the office which will emerge over the coming months. To help business leaders prepare for this change, Paul Kearns, our Managing Director, has outlined his predictions on the future of the smarter office.
The global pandemic has caused immense upset to normal working practices. How does AP Automation facilitate business productivity during this time and in the post-pandemic world? Automated Accounts Payable systems allow Financial Departments to adapt to the new way of working, protecting the bottom line and maintaining productivity.
The Covid-19 pandemic, called by some a Black Swan event, has had a dramatic impact economically, socially and health-wise. Not least, it has underlined the importance of business continuity. So how can your business ensure its preparedness for the next Black Swan? Read on to find out how to prepare your business for future disruptions.
Kefron would like to invite you to lunch for a live interactive get together where Finance Leaders can learn more about implementing AP automation. The session will include real case studies, a look at some automation software and the chance to chat about your particular requirements.
Finance leaders and managers need to think about how strategic cost optimisation can take place in their department, preferably without damaging the department’s ability to function and without risking business recovery. Find out how by adopting Accounts Payable Automation you can reduce costs and aid business recovery.
These days, remote work is more a necessity than a preference. Even if offices are closed or manned by a skeleton staff, the work still has to be done. With so many people working from home, businesses face different challenges but, even in the coronavirus crisis, Document Management doesn’t need to be affected.
Join Kefron’s Head of Sales UK, James Smith, and our Dublin based Financial Controller, Lorraine O’Neill, to discover how Kefron’s Cloud Technology has helped our own business navigate through these challenging times.
In the midst of the COVID-19 global pandemic, businesses have been forced to face challenges that would not normally have appeared as key challenges. One such area is Control and Visibility, with procedures now largely being operated through remote working. But through AP Automation, these are elements that are already greatly enhanced.
With the ongoing COVID-19 lockdown restricting travel to work as well as everywhere else, the requirement on businesses to have employees work from home places pressure on productivity. It is especially true for Accounts Payable departments, but AP Automation offers Cloud-based solutions in these strange times.