Award-winning. Thought-leading. In print and online.
We are committed to bringing our members and other readers a wealth of information, in print and online. In addition to the articles you will find on this news portal, we publish an award-winning magazine each quarter, as well as topic-specific supplements that feature articles by industry thought leaders. Our print publication evolved from the merger of the magazines of three of our legacy organizations: AP Matters (IAPP), AR Matters (IARP), and today (TAWPI), which became Financial Operations Matters and has been rebranded as Financial Ops.
View archived issues of our publications by clicking on the links below or in the drop-down menu under Publications above.
|Financial Ops magazine is a quarterly print publication for members of The Institute of Financial Operations. It features articles, columns, news briefs, and other content in the core areas financial operations: accounts payable, accounts receivable, information management, and data capture. Content also includes information about topics of interest across all the firnancial operations professions, including finance technology, leadership, career development, economic strategy, ethics, auditing, outsourcing, and shared services. Financial Ops replaced Financial Operations Matters magazine in the first quarter of 2013.|
|The Vendor Reference Guide is an annual publication of The Institute of Financial Operations that features contact information for suppliers of products and services for financial operations teams.|
|Financial Operations Matters brings members and other readers the best of each of the three magazines from which it evolved, plus content that reflects the broader focus of the umbrella that is The Institute of Financial Operations. The quarterly printed magazine continues to feature articles in each of the core areas of accounts payable; accounts receivable ; procure-to-pay; and automation, document management, and data capture. The publication covers topics of interest across the financial operations spectrum, including finance technology, leadership, career development, economic strategy, ethics, auditing, outsourcing, and shared services.|
|Membership Matters is a weekly e-newsletter that delivers important information to you about our organization and our products and services, including (1) alerts about just-released research, active surveys, new books, and breaking news articles from The Institute; (2) tips on how to expand the value of your membership; (3) reminders about upcoming e-learning opportunities; (4) links to valuable new tools in our Resource Center; (5) updates on the annual Fusion forum, other educational conferences, and certification exam dates; and, (6) additional opportunities from The Institute.|
|Executive Reports are compilations of thought-leading articles written by partners of The Institute of Financial Operations, and other service providers. Each issue focuses on a topic of particular interest to financial ops professionals. Printed copies of Executive Reports are distributed withFinancial Operations Matters. Additional copies may be available upon request and for a nominal fee.|
|AP Matters began publishing in 2006 as the official magazine of International Accounts Payable Professionals. It was redesigned in 2008 and in 2009 won its first awards for excellence in content and design. In 2010, it was combined with IARP's AR Matters magazine and TAWPI's today magazine. In 2011, the combined magazine became Financial Operations Matters, which continues to garner recognition for excellence.|
|AR Matters was launched in 2009 as an online publication to provide accounts receivable professionals the caliber of news and information accounts payable professionals had come to rely on in AP Matters. In 2010, AR Matters and AP Matters were incorporated into a single print publication, along with today.|
|Today magazine was the signature publication of TAWPI, and featured thought-leading articles from experts in document managment, data capture, and other technologies vital to financial ops professionals. It merged with AP Matters and AR Matters in 2010, and was incorporated along with them into Financial Operations Matters.|