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Webinar Event Details

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Date: Thursday, May 11, 2017
Time: 2:00 pm ET/ 11:00 am PT
Duration: 60 minutes (including Q&A)

What You'll Learn

Accounts payable (AP) is a critical component of your business — a complete financial picture of your organization is not possible without an accurate, well-run AP process. A lot can go wrong in an AP department on any given day, however, putting your organization in danger of missed or late payment fees and a damaged reputation among vendors. The trouble is, root causes of poor-performing AP processes can be difficult to spot, especially in environments with long-established processes in place. Fortunately, businesses with SAP landscapes have a tool available to them that can help eliminate AP trouble zones: automation.

Get a better understanding of the origins of chaos within AP processes and how automation can help you create an efficient vendor invoicing process by zeroing in on problem spots. You will learn how to combat:

• Limited process control and visibility
• Low vendor and AP staff satisfaction rates
• Lengthy reconciliation and payment cycles
• Inaccurate and prolonged closes
• Missed early-payment vendor discounts
• Duplicate and late payments


Jeremy Deuchars, Business Development Manager, Esker

Jeremy joined Esker in March of 2013. His primary focus is large enterprise businesses, and helps them determine whether or not there is a better way, when it comes to document processes. Companies can maintain the status-quo, just as they have been doing for years before with no apparent consequence. Jeremy believes that doing things, “the way they’ve always been done,” comes at a price. Typically, the sacrifice is innovation and under-utilization of a talented staff that has much more to offer if given the opportunity.

Before joining Esker, Jeremy worked for an IT solutions company that partners with organizations, assisting them with IT Life Cycle Management, Data Center Design and Disaster Recovery, as well as advising them during their evaluation of service offerings in the Cloud.