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Now that that's out of the way, I'd like to hand it off to our first speaker for today, Jessica. The floor is yours. Welcome everyone to concur, Invoice Whatsnew and what's next. I'm Jessica Staley product strategy and with me today is Mccune Ravikumar from technical product management an in the next 45 minutes. We're going to take you through the major recent focus areas for this solution and share our most exciting plans to add value to you and to your company. But briefly, let's go back in time and remember 2019. I'm curious. With 2019 and memorable year for you. How did you grow what changed for you? You know, over the last several years, we've seen a huge increase in the adoption and usage of concurrent toys. That's the big change we've experienced together with you. Anne were incredibly thankful for your partnership with us. And now as we head out into the roaring 20s, there is plenty of change afoot there. Specifically on the product front. We will continue our investment to deliver a comprehensive solution. That grows with our customers needs. We are keeping a laser like focus on driving compliance, reducing risk and improving employee satisfaction and engagement. So Maclin is going to be taking you through efficiencies and Optimization's around. Are pio matching and payment functionality? And I'm going to start by taking you through. A story around innovating the user experience. Let's begin with your historical experience. To starting back in 2018, we spent quality time together with a number of you to find out important things about your experience. I wanna take you through what we learned. How we acted on those learnings in the last year? And our plans to innovate further in 2020 and beyond. We reached out to you as part of formal usability studies, and you told us. It can be difficult to figure out what to focus on in the solution. What task belong to you, where your important work can be located. So we dug in and we started using analytics to measure where you were clicking and your actual time on various tasks. How long was it taking you to find things? And get them done. And here is what our data showed. It showed that across all our customers, it only takes about 5 minutes on average to create a typical invoice. Yet it is still taking an average of three days for users to code and submit it into the approval workflow and another three days to get the approvals complete. Six days is the average cycle time of concur invoice customers. I encourage you to take a virtual moment of reflection here. Who has a shorter cycle time shorter than six days? And who those of you who think it's longer than six days? I'm sure that whatever your companies metric is currently. I'm confident that you're always looking to add efficiency so that KP eyes, like cycle time can be optimized. And we know this is important. We know that every little step matters. As they say in the movie trailers. You need to imagine a world. Where the 8020 rule is reversed. Where we have flip the equation from spending 80% of your time and resources on manual work. To where you spend 80% of your time focused on enabling business strategy and driving growth into your company's bottom line. We fully believe that goal is possible and that we're currently somewhere in the middle of this journey. What we used to think of as automation has changed new technologies AI machine learning in particular are a really expanding what's possible. So for many years concur, his work to transform the experience and while good progress is made, we needed to do more. So in 2019 we looked at what tasks were that low hanging fruit to read the speed reinvented or even illuminated, and here is what we delivered last year. We created a net new landing page, that's really a reimagined invoice dashboard to ensure every AP user is equipped with the tools they need. It's a new view that brings visibility to invoices and all the stages of the Lifecycle and allows each AP user to see tasks, drill down and take action. So this snapshot that brings together everything in one place was released mid last year. It's turned on for everyone at this point, so let's run through highlight tour. Starting with the active invoices section. This section. Shows all invoices continually flowing through the system from initial capture to the various workflow stages. Now these counts will never be 0 because there are always new things flowing in but. With the addition of Invoice age metrics. You can configure the parameters such as. It's over 12 hours or it's over three days to better monitor exceptions. So let's take a look. Add an example. I'm in AP manager and I have decided that anything unapproved past five days that's cause for concern. So I configured the exception setting accordingly. And now that I've come in and taken a sanity check across all active invoices, I want to move on to my daily to do to do's. The other major section is my tasks. The my tasks section has two different subareas. That AP owns an allows them to work to 0. There's a section for items that I personally own or got assigned to me directly. Like these four unsubmitted invoices, this is a really common use case. When one AP users responsible for verifying all the capture results. There's also a subsection for items the entire back office team owns. This section is a shared AP task list. Anyone for make AP can resolve the East tasks collectively, like these items, including unpaid invoices, or for unapproved vendors. Now let's take a look at an example. There are three unassigned invoices. I want to get an owner assigned to these and moving through the queue as quickly as possible. I can see that all three invoices are from an office supplies vendor. So I know that our office manager can is the one that needs to own these invoices. So I'll do a select all. With. So I'll do. A select all with one click. Initiate assignment. And she's can our office manager. Once that's completed. I returned to my landing page. An on my landing page I can see that the work counts are now updated and this is the true work to zero concept. So it's time for a quick chat check in. Everyone has been using this page now and we're curious what else you would like to see added to this page. It could be additional metrics, KP eyes, more robust configure ability and searches. We're gonna continue on with this presentation, but if you can locate your chat function and put any landing page feedback ideas in it will be excited to take a look at those over the next several minutes. Beyond the landing page. Let's move on to another optimization. You gave us very clear feedback that improvement was also needed on list screens, and specifically the ability to configure that view to maximize your efficiency. In fact, sorting the list using different fields with the number one reported and Upvoted solution suggests suggestion enhancement in 2019. So we acted on that. Let's take a look. In this example, I'm an AP user, resolving unassigned invoices an. I've been noticing that one criteria that really helps me figure out the right owner. It is actually location everything at art. Seattle office goes to one owner. Everything at our San Diego location goes to another, and so on. But as you can see, this criteria is not visible as a column in the default view. And it's causing me to have to drill down into each invoice to see which location I need in order to assign. But there is a better way. By simply clicking on this icon I can now customize my view of this screen by dragging the location field. To be enabled columns. Saving these changes inserts the column. The Unassigned List view. This saves me a lot of time by searching and sorting. Assigning and determining owners for invoices. So I think it's time for a little chat check in. We on the product side would really love to hear how this feature is being used. Tell us locate the chat function here. Just just give us a quick insight drop. As a quick note, we'd love to hear in your business. What are the most important attributes to prioritize your work? I just gave one example around location. We're finding that cost tracking attributes like cost center proven very popular. The tell us the most important attributes to prioritize work in your line of business over chat over the next several minutes, and Meanwhile I will continue the presentation. One quick note about user innovation or user education on the UI innovations that I'm sharing with you. It can be hard to communicate, change to your users so we have a feature called in product messaging that alerts relevant users about new features that come out that they should be aware of that they can use, such as the column configure ability that you just saw. They will get notified as these features get released. As we noted at the beginning of this experience section, the automated automation journey that we're all on your productivity matters immensely in that. So I would like to highlight its success story from Mattel. A concur invoice customer who has noticed improvements from using these new features. So Tracy Hahn, who is the global disbursements manager at this company, has noticed a couple benefits, including proactively identifying bottlenecks over team can better assist users in managing invoices, especially around month and close. She's also noticed a better ability to monitor the concur capture Q in order to ensure that the Tesla is being met, potential issues are being flagged and any increases in volume are being handled. Overall, it is allowed this company to really focus their scarce resources where it's needed most on a daily and hourly basis, and subsequently they seem decreased invoice cycle times, reduced AP aging, better user satisfaction. And reduce time to close. So thank you for Tracy in the team for sharing these details out with your peers. Now we're gonna take a look ahead to what's next in our invoice UX journey. Quick history lesson. The customized column configuration that you saw has always been available in your processor tool. So as a next step we applied it to the Unassigned Invoice View in 2019 and what's coming next is is apply this same function to new types of list. The next one plan is the my invoice list view and that's coming out as soon as later this month. This is great because that list you benefits not only accounts payable but also some of your high volume invoice owners who can take advantage of customizing their columns as well. The next item plan is the ability to send a set of invoice results, send that list out to Excel for further markup, and you know just being able to cut, paste and Mark up the view in a way that makes sense to your company. We've talked to several companies that have a central AP Department. Sometimes they need to spit out a big list of results to send a different department's we will. Enrich with more information. More information about who should assign those going forward. So this new feature will come in really handy in those situations, and this happens to be our number two overall. Voted solution suggestion. So again, your saying that we are not always able to deliver every item that you asked for, but we're definitely paying attention to what matters most and attempting to deliver your top needs in your top order. The final item to highlight today is better handling of zero amount invoices. This can be highly relevant for things like shipping charges where they've been paid elsewhere in another system. The invoice within concur system is just for tracking purposes. So when these zero invoice amounts occur we are going to be offering up better handling in the financial extract. We also know that not just dashboards, not just list views are important, but how you create an invoice could be optimized as well and I want to leave you with a sneak peek of a vision for redesigned invoice entry. As a virtual sanity check, just think for a moment about how you create invoices today, whether you use OCR, manual entry or a combination of both. We know that you often work off an image like the invoice image at the right, and in this example there are several fields. I would direct your attention to the left. Like Invoice number, amounts and dates that get filled in automatically either through OCR or auto configuration using business logic. But there is internal coding that must get done as well. We want to make it easier to get those non OCR devalues off an invoice through a simple highlight copy and paste. Let's say we track cost center in location and occasionally vendors include one or more of those values on the invoice and that has indeed happened this time. So I'll simply highlight that part of the image, selecting the fields to paste into. That's great, it saved me typing and potentially making some errors. And this is relevant for other values on the invoice as well. Such as, say, the long descriptions that are helpful and often live down in the line item area. So with that, that concludes this sneak peek vision of a more useful copy and paste feature that will help in voice entry and wraps up my overall invoice user experience overview. Now I'll hand it off to make and to cover purchase order matching improvements. Thank you Jessica. Hello everyone. I'm constructing Kumar. I work in product management at ASAP concur. In the next few minutes, I want to take you through a quick journey into 2 feature areas that we have advanced quite a bit last year. Be your matching or purchase order matching an invoice. Pay first peo matching. A number of you already use our purchase order matching feature. For the benefit of those that don't use it yet, let's take a quick look at the value that it provides. You could think of a typical purchasing process in a company. Where an employee wants to procure an item or service. This employee request an item. And that request goes through an approval cycle at the end of the approval cycle or the approval process. Purchase order is sent off to the vendor. This upfront requesting an approval process can happen either in concur using the conquered purchase request tool, which many of you use, which we won't talk about today, or a different purchasing system. The vendor then sent you the item and follows it up with an invoice. Now, regardless of whether the original PR was created in conquered or elsewhere, the invoice needs to be reconciled with the purchase order and the goods that you have received against that purchase order. And if you're doing all of this reconciliation manually. That could be a time consuming process. And that's where the pure matching feature comes in handy. It makes this reconciliation easier by acting as a free as a pre filter. Now let's take a look at how it does that. It does that by using a unique two step process. And our secret sauce is the first step. Rome burgers. Because we'll be talking about the secret source later, as well as he could source. Here is the first step which we call as PO line identification. Purchase order by an identification. Now what is purchase order line edification? I'll explain that concept to you with a simple example. If you think of a typical purchase order, a typical purchase order has many lines on it. In this case, I have a purchase order here that has three lines. For tables, desks and chairs, looks like someones furnishing a conference room. Now when you get an invoice for this purchase order, the supplier does not necessarily have to or does not necessarily send you invoice lines in the same order as they existed on the peo. Now, if you're manually reconciling this invoice to this purchase order in your accounting system, you have to identify which peo line this invoice line needs to be associated with. And that's where the peo liner did identification logic, or our secret source comes in handy. It automatically identifies the fuel lines that need to be associated with the invoice line. It does that by looking at data attributes. It attributes like part number, quantity, unit, price, description, or a combination of all of the above, and as soon as you can see in this case, it has identified that line number one of the invoice. The only line need to be associated with line number three of the purchase order. Again, this is a very simple example and it just so that we can. Demonstrate the concept, but you can imagine in the typical real life scenario where you have videos with multiple lines, an invoice with multiple lines, this auto identification of people lines. An invoice lines can deliver great value and great benefits to you. Now let the lines have been identified. The system knows which PO line is associated with which invoice line. It applies business rules to that pair of lines. Business rules like questions and these questions are, is the invoiced quantity greater than three. So quality is invoice price greater than three, or prize is invoice quantity greater than how much? How many quantities you received and so on. If any of these rules or questions fail, accounts payable can quickly take action. Using purpose built screens. The end result is a fully matched invoice that will require no intervention on your part in your accounting system. Now let's take a look at what enhancements have been made to this PR matching area over the last year. Along the same lines of making the product easier to use that Jessica talked about, we have made the peo matching area also much easier to use with Newfields and views. One example is on this slide here. This slide shows all invoices that have been associated with the peo so that you can understand the story behind any purchas. As you can see, this is a peo and with. And with this new addition of columns and fields, you can easily understand that there have been two invoices that have been booked against this PO1 of this invoice has been extracted, one has been canceled. And then if you want to understand the amounts that are remaining on the peo, these new fields. Tell me quickly at a glance at this, PO4 two $100 has been invoiced 410 and I haven't remaining balance of $90.00 that I can expect to come over the near future for this video. So with such visual aids, now accounts payable or who was taking action on this purchase order or this purchase order based invoice can easily understand the context of all the invoices against this purchase order and can take action against any purchase order based invoice. Here is another area of enhancement. You remember the secret sauce that I talk to you about? Yes. The line identification logic. It automatically picks the right fuel line for the Invoice Line. We made several tweaks to it last year, including adding line item total as a data field that it should consider in this logic. Now, with all of those tweets tweaks. The average auto ID rate that we can measure is 80%, which means 80% of all invoice lines that we see in our system get automatically identified to their correct P online. Pretty impressive, right? Yeah, I think so too. Switching to what's coming next in the value of PEO matching and purchase order generation. First, we are making it easier for accounts payable to assign a new owner to the purchase order. This is useful in situations in situations where the previous purchase order owner by owner has left the company or just moved to a new role, and AP wants to be able to assign a new peo honor. Now they can quickly go into that purchase order and assign a new peo owner to that video. The next two enhancements are valuable for clients that create purchase orders within conquer. We have always had the ability to manually close purchase orders when all expected invoices have arrived against appeal now. We're looking at providing the option to automatically close such videos so that you as a P or purchasing don't have to spend time manually closing such fully used up purchase orders. And finally, in many situations, including where we auto close pios like I just talk to you about. You want the ability to reopen a closed pio, and that's also part of our product vision for the future. With that Let's switch topics and talk about invoice pay. Invoice Bay is another area where we have invested significantly over the last few years and we plan to continue doing so in the future as well. If you think of the capabilities that invoice pay provides you with Invoice paid gives you the ability to pay your invoices using SCH electronic funds transfer or we can send a check to your vendors on your behalf or you can use our card card authorization voucher feature where we can send an authorization to your supplier if he already has your card information stored in their system. How many clients find this very valuable and as a data point, last year over 8 billion dollars in payments was sent through invoice pay. If you think about why companies pay using invoice pay as opposed to any other payment system like their accounting system, there are two reasons for that. One is the convenience and efficiency of making payments, and I'll talk to you about that in a bit. And two, all remittance information is now easily posted to your accounting system providing total visibility of that invoice and payment across both systems. So last year in 2019, In addition to these three payment mechanisms, check SCH, an ecard, vulture, we also added a fourth payment modality or payment mechanism. We added integration with payment providers. Now who are these payment providers? These are companies that specialize in vendor payments companies. Some of these companies are listed on this slide, and these companies we've already integrated within our product and we're looking to add more constantly. If you think of why you would want to engage with a payment provider. One of the unique benefits they bring to the table is the ability to to pay your invoices using virtual cards. And by paying your invoices using virtual cards, you can number one, maximize your working capital. How do you do that? You do that by using the additional pay period, additional time to pay that is provided by the card company supplying the virtual card, and more importantly you can also get rebates for the spend that you put through such cards. These payment providers also have dedicated vendor on boarding capabilities, which means that they will they will take on the task of recruiting your vendors to accept cards. In addition, some of these payment providers also facilitate easy cross border payments, so there are a bunch of reasons why you would want to think seriously, think about engaging with the payment provider. Before we look at what's next with Invoice Bear. Let's talk about the current payment functionality in the system. Currently invoices that are approved or automatically placed into payment batch is based on their payment date. While accounts payable can optionally review and modify these patches, this system is very well suited for an automatic hands off process where these batches are automatically created and sent for payment number. I told you one of the reasons complete uses is because of this efficiency that it provides. And many companies value this efficiency. Power we've also heard from any of you that you want to retain some more control over your process while taking advantage of this efficiency. Specifically, you told us you had two requirements. Number One. You want to be able to set your payment runs to run on a fixed schedule. Think of this like your check runs. Your chickens might go out maybe every Thursday or every other Friday, and you want your payment runs with the invoice paid product to basically run on a similar fixed schedule for consistency sake. #2 many of you also told us that you want the security of having a Treasury type function manually release these payments so that you can make sure that we have enough cash position to cover your payments. As you can see on the from the right side of the slide. This is a result of a survey that we connected. It could be a controller as CFO or an AP manager, but a majority of you wanted the final payment to be manually approved before release. So with that insight, we're looking to add the ability to define payment schedules and provide a manual payment release mechanism. So this new process in the future could be one where approved invoices get placed into batches based on their payment based on your payment run date that you define as in my previous example, it could be every other Thursday or every Friday of the week. So if you choose to pay every Thursday, payment batches will only be created on a Thursday. Then the Treasury function will be able to manually release these patches, thus making sure that you're covered from liquidity standpoint. So with this addition will not only be able to use the efficiency that the system provides, but you'll also be able to dial in the level of control that you need over your system based on your business needs and your company culture. So with that. With that, let me hand it back to Jessica so she can talk about how we communicate. Road Maps. Thank you my friend. So mcclendon I know that there are often questions about specific time frames for upcoming features, so we will close with a note on how road Maps are communicated. SCP has a customer facing road map process that is updated quarterly as target time frames are established for short to mid term items you will see them come into view on this road map presentment. So what I'm sharing is an SCP concur roadmap excerpt as an example. This is a current real working example that shows the concur items out there targeted currently. For calendar year Q2 I chose it. I chose this excerpt because it shows that two of the items that we discussed today, a configurable column preferences for the my invoice list and. Exporting results out to Excel that those two are currently planned for Q 2. So this overall road map for all of concur solutions can be referenced at any point in time by logging on to the vape site. And that concludes, our concur Invoice overview of what's knew and what we have planned next. We are really thrilled at the growth we've seen with this solution and of the active participation and quality feedback we received from you throughout the last year. So thank you so much for your time today and we look forward to hearing your questions right now. Thank you Jessica and mccune for that great information. We are going to go ahead and get into your questions now so please feel free to continue submitting those into that Kewene Widget if we don't get to your question today will be sure to follow up with you. And if you aren't able to stay for Q&A, do please respond to our survey before you go in the widget that looks like a clipboard. So with that, let's go ahead and dive into some of these questions. Alright, thank you everyone so much for joining us today and we were now opening it up but some of your questions and feedback. I want to start by noting that during the presentation we ask for your response is your impressions to some of the new functionality that we had put out with the landing pages and a customized columns and I just you had some great. Examples of how you're using those today, to what end and also what you'd like to see. So I just want to share a couple of tidbits. A couple of the the best Nuggets if you will hear. I think a great one was we asked on the landing page, what other information would be helpful for you to run your business and someone responded with how great it would be to not only have the count. Of the number of invoices in each queue, but the dollar amount associated with their account. That will help them better understand how much is it safe and how to prioritize their work. So not just the counts of the invoices, but the dollar amount, the great feedback there. Thank you. The other area that we ask you to weigh in on was those list views and how you prioritize your list of work. What attributes are important in your business? The several of you weighed in there, you said, Hey, we do use cost tracking type attributes that we some of these shoes location some of its use Department. And then you also noted that this is helpful. We like it and not only for AP, but we'd also love to see this for a coders and approvers in our organization as well. We hear you. So this kind of customizable column view. We intend to expand to other list view that are relevant outside of just accounts payable to other roles in your organization, owners and approvers as well. The great feedback. And with that I'm going to turn it over to open it up to some of your new questions. Perfect thank you Jessica. Um, so as a reminder, if you do have questions today for our presenters, you can go ahead and chat those into the Q and a box for us to get those answered for you. We do run out of time. Don't get them today or need some additional information for follow up. We will. We will reach out with an answer for you via email, so to go ahead and jump into Q&A today. Let's see what we have. So first question is going to be for you, Jessica. So what is the expected release date for customized column configuration? My invoice view many of my users are going to love this. Great, you know what? That is a perfect segue from the last point of feedback that I mentioned. So customizable columns we covered this. This is available for account list views that account payable to you. So this question is about hey, this would be helpful for the my invoice for you as well. The Great News is that is targeted for the March release, which is in fact this weekend, so it's right around the corner. And the users at your company that can take advantage of the my invoices list. You are individuals outside of accounts payable. It is. It can be those high volume invoice owners in your organization. So we're painting a trajectory for you that this kind of customization is always lived in processor. We've added it too heavily. AP views. We want to add it to invoice owner reviews coming up this weekend and will keep looking at the most heavily used additional list views to add this customization too as well overtime. Thank you. Thank you Jessica. So I'm going to rotate around just so everyone gets to answer questions. Today I'm going to go to a question for Chris. So Chris is joining us is one of our subject matter experts on concur invoice to help with Q&A today. So Chris, where was that spot to set up? Getting notifications of new functionality? The short answer this is you don't have to. We've actually been doing the end product messaging for quite awhile and expense it again. It's typically focused on features that you just get out of the box with the release, so something you don't have to go in and configure those types of features we don't have to go into the product and it actually configure those. It's something that impacts your users immediately. We've leveraged this type of messaging in the past, so for invoice we're now just embracing that as well and we are being very thoughtful in terms of determining which items we feel our revelant. Revelant for introducing those concepts to your end users. As matter of fact, when you do see the my invoices feature that Jessica referred to a second ago coming up this weekend. That is a feature that is readily available to everybody. When the feature comes out. So there is no configuration to turn it on and as a result we thought that was a great opportunity for this message to be available to your end users just to give an FYI that this new features is available to them because we know that this is one of the top asks we've had for an enhancement product for quite some time. So definitely taking those those those into consideration and also in terms of how often this happens we have. We typically plan on our goal is to obviously not spam your users in terms of getting these messages over and over again. So in this particular example for this weekend your users will see the message one time and will not see it again. It's a simple introductory to a new feature that's coming out with the release. Thank you Chris. I'll go to mclendon's next. UM, for you. How do invoices get loaded into concurrent invoice? Can vendors send directly to concur invoice? Thank you Catherine. Yep, there are many ways in which invoices can get loaded into the concurrent voice system at a high level. The answer to the second question is yes, vendors can send invoices directly into the concurrent voice product and then depending on, regardless of whether you're using, concur managed capture where you're using concur personal to verify your invoices or if you're managing that capture service yourself, we can provide an email address that your vendors can send invoices directly into. And then beyond that, if you have an invoice image at your desk, you can also upload that image and fill in that information manually. Many of our clients do that, but they don't do that for a majority of their invoices. They do that do that for their exceptional invoices and then on top of that we also have an electronic invoice format which you can use to upload E Invoice data directly into the system. Thank you, uh. So let's circle back to Jessica, Uh, so we open each invoice before it's assigned to ensure it was captured correctly. Is that common practice? That is, in fact, common practice. And I just want to do a sound check. We gotta question in from someone that says they are losing my audio. So if anyone is. Continuing to have trouble hearing me a please put that in the chat will assume that you all can hear me for the moment. That idea that something has come in through an OCR process. Should I have a person take a look and verify before it goes on through the rest of the workflow? That is a best practice. That definitely is a best practice. Um? These are not $30 receipts of these can be high dollar amount. And so OCR is never 100% perfect. We are always working to improve OCR rates. Uh, and find efficiencies and Optimization's there, and because that capture accuracy processes driven by machine learning now it allows us to use all of the data from all of our customers to make the process smarter and more accurate overtime and more rapidly. But that said, the stakes are high for these dollar amounts, and getting that information right, it is a best practice too. Have a Q where someone can. Sanity check the results. I think what I would add on is 2 related questions that I got here. There are related to this. A creation and an initial verification of an invoice. Someone asked if we upload an invoice for manual entry. Is there a way to have it read an auto populate some of the fields? And then another person ask. When will that copy and paste feature you show us showed us be available? So those last few were the part of the presentation where we talked about beyond just AP landing pages and list views. We are aware that the beginning of the Lifecycle Invoice Creation, no matter whether it comes in through OCR or whether there was quite a bit of manual entry. All of that can get more efficient for you, and it's kind of the next area on our radar. That's the next area in our. In our site to improve and get better. That includes additional OCR accuracy, but it also includes a little efficiencies gemela Tively adding up like the vision around a simple highlight. Copy and paste, or the vision around. Even if I manually enter it manually, uploading one invoice could OCR fire on that individual invoice as well. So that's that's I would frame it up, but concurs working really actively on some of the accounts payable views and list features. Right now we're turning our sites from a road map perspective in a direction perspective to that creation and entry step of the process reaching out to many of you to get what would be the right areas to tackle first that would have the most impact for you. Little bit more visionary, little further out without specific target timelines. But the next area that we intend to tackle. Great thank you Jessica. Have a circle back now to Chris for one. Uhm so Megan mentioned she was a little bit late in missed a little bit of the presentation where we were talking about configuring the invoice exception timing on the Invoice manager page. How do you change those settings? That's a great question, and if I'd be valuable for others here as well that configuration what we did when we built this out is we granted the access of configuration for that for the invoice configuration admin, which is essentially the primary contact your organization. Who's your program manager for invoice. Typically you're 80 manager or the one is really responsible for settings in the product. Um and making any any potential configuration changes so that primary program owner would be the person you want to reach out to to have a conversation about how those slas should be configured in the product, and then those will roll down to all the AP users have access to the landing page. So that was a great question. We just really the benefit of that is too centralized, centralized configuration that so the entire businesses aligned based on your program manager making those decisions across the board. Thank you Chris. Um account back to you. Uh, what's the timeline for the treasure controller approval for concur payments? That's a good question. We've also been getting a lot of love on that specific feature direction, number of questions, and comments around are scheduled payment run functionality, payment release functionality. So it's encouraging to see that that research and that survey has borne fruit. An whenever this function is released that you will all benefit from it in terms of timelines, we do not expect that functionality to come out in the next two quarters. The next six months. And hence it is not in the part of the road map where we can commit to dates. For policy we can only commit to dates if a feature is coming out in the next two quarters and we do not expect these features to come out in the next two quarters. But we do. We will be working on it during that time and we plan we expect that it will come out after that time at this point. So we can only place it and what we call our product direction or a product vision part of the road map. But keep checking our quarterly road map communication for updates because I do expect this will get updated soon. Thank you very much, uh, now let's see for Jessica. When should an enterprise consider using concur invoice versus S4 Hana? Yeah, that's a That's a great question. The the main thing to think about is the usage patterns at your company and the spend categories. So concur as a whole. I mean our our real strength and built into our DNA is that we help companies manage that non payroll spend. Whether it is. You know consulting fees or the business travel. Certain kinds of routine office supplies, and we're pretty agnostic whether that's flowing through expenses or invoice or credit card transactions. It's that it's managing all of that spend in one place where it's driven by employees. So that kind of who's driving the process really matters in making the decision about which solutions going to optimize best for your organization. Uh, this is for the kind of spend category that is more unstructured, often indirect, spend categories rather than the kind of spend that is highly managed. So a lot of S4 Hana strengths include tools and processes built for a highly managed procurement driven category of spend. You know what? We have found overtime is. Some companies tend to segregate those two kinds of categories or workflows. They may if their if their large they may choose to use more than one solution that's optimized for those particular needs. So I'm gonna encourage you to have a deeper conversation based on your particular needs with AS AP solution consultant, but big picture, you want to think about who is driving the spend at your organization. And is it a highly managed process or a more unstructured and indirect process driven by employees? Thank you Jessica and we have time to squeeze in one more question before we wrap up the session today, so I'll go to Chris for this one. Would the customization for my invoices include payment date and check number? Yeah, and I'd put this one in the queue because I just wanted to clarify something for the release this weekend so the the my invoices customization will be specific to the unsubmitted my invoices unsubmitted invoices view which means invoices you have not currently submitted to the workflow, which means that those particular invoices will not actually have the payment due date on there because they have obviously not been paid at that point there strictly the ones that are currently active for that particular user. Now longer term we will continue to expand that piece of functionality downstream through my invoices such as all my invoices, the different, very various views. It's just this particular one it was. Was specific to your active invoices, so the feature is going to. We're starting there because those we feel those are the most important at this point and will continue to progress that feature throughout throughout the various views longer term. But they want to clarify that for everybody as they see the function, they come out this for this weekend. And obviously as we progress down through the other views, we will take into account other fields that do become more relative in terms of what's needed to see, such as the example that was given of the payment due date. Perfect thank you Chris. Very timely updates person changed it is happening. So with that we're getting toward the end of the time that we have available for today. So I want to thank our presenters again for joining us. As a reminder, please make sure that you do fill out that survey about this session before you leave today. This is our last session for today, but we do return tomorrow for four more breakout sessions from our Fusion content, so be sure to tune back in for that. The knowledge death will remain open for a short period of time, so if you do have any questions about product specific things, you can chat them there as well to get an answer. 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