Wednesday, November 16, 2011
12 p.m. EST/11 a.m CST/9 a.m. PST
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Do you often wonder why your company seems to have more unique A/P challenges than most? Field offices can’t comply with corporate standards? Straight through invoice processing isn’t in the cards with your enterprise’s way of doing business? Is Pareto’s principle in effect with your A/P department, too? More than 80% of A/P’s time is spent on 20% of invoices received?
If you find yourself asking these types of questions, you’ll want to join Apptricity and guest speaker, Forrester Research Inc. Vice President and Principal Analyst Duncan Jones for the upcoming webinar: eInvoicing: When Exceptions Rule. Jones will discuss how companies can conquer difficult A/P problems by creating rules that defy the whys and generate a win-win situation. By transferring the corporate knowledge of rules and exceptions to automation, the enterprise wins. He will share several true case studies on how exception management by automation succeeded.
Presenting with Jones is Mark Oliver, EVP of Commercial Services with Apptricity Corporation, a provider of Dynamic Spend Management, which includes eInvoicing and E-Procurement solutions. Oliver will demonstrate the Apptricity Invoice Management solution and show how exceptions can be easily configured to handle invoices that don’t follow the rules. Based on a composite platform, Apptricity’s modular approach leverages existing legacy systems, removing the complexity often encountered with traditional software implementations and providing benefits in as little as 8-12 weeks.
Take a look at what others have learned and stop losing valuable time to invoice processing difficulties caused by cost discrepancies and validation errors. Join us for an hour webinar with experts who will show you how to build best practices for invoicing exceptions into a comprehensive solution that delivers rapid value.
Hosted by Apptricity
25-Minute Presentation by Duncan Jones | 20-Minute Demonstration by Mark Oliver | 15-Minute Q&A