The Cost of Doing Nothing: How To Stop AP from Getting Left Behind

Presented by

Jess Scheer, Editor at IOFM & Josh Eggler, Solution Consultant at Basware

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Over the last year, the world has been irreversibly changed in many ways. Businesses that previously depended on employees being in the office have been forced to adapt. Finance departments that still have manual accounts payable and e-invoicing processes are struggling to keep business running as usual. Does this sound familiar? Is your organisation afraid of change? Giving in to the four-letter word, F*E*A*R, isn’t just inhibiting progress, it is harming your business. Not having access to the right AP software leads to a lack of visibility into your cash flow and prevents intelligent decision-making which is more critical than ever. Be the agent of change and set your company up for long-term survival. Join our pre-recorded webinar to understand: - How to get over F*E*A*R and start the automation journey - Why relying on your ERP system won’t cut it - How to gain buy-in, and be the AP change agent we know you (already) are - How Basware can benchmark your current performance and partner with you to show potential ROI Analysis paralysis is a real thing, and there are a LOT of AP automation solutions on the market. Join IOFM’s Executive Editor Jess Scheer and Basware for a webinar, designed to kick start your automation journey.

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Basware is the only procure-to-pay and e-invoicing solution provider that empowers businesses with 100% spend visibility through 100% supplier connectivity and 100% data capture. Our cloud-based technology enables organizations to fully manage their spend, mitigate financial risk and reduce the cost of operations via automation. With the world’s largest open business network and an open technology ecosystem, we are uniquely positioned to deliver the solution required for Visible Commerce, which provides customers with complete transparency into all the flows of money, goods, and services around the world. A global company, Basware has offices in 14 countries and is traded on the Helsinki exchange (BAS1V: HE).