Thursday, June 20, 2019; 2 to 3 p.m. EDT
Brought to you by:
Mark Brousseau, President, Brousseau & Associates
Jim Scott, SVP, ACOM Solutions
Description: When it comes to paying suppliers, the check may not be in the mail. More organizations are paying more suppliers electronically to reduce costs, better manage cash and spending, strengthen supplier relationships, and mitigate the risk of compliance violations and fraud. But these benefits will remain out of the reach of organizations that do not have an effective strategy for paying suppliers electronically.
This webinar will provide attendees with the latest research on pressures and priorities for electronic payments, lay out the pitfalls of an ineffective strategy for migrating to electronic payments, reveal a four-step action plan for optimizing supplier payments, and share a case study of an organization that has successfully optimized its payments to suppliers.
Over the past 26 years, Mark Brousseau has established himself as a thought leader on accounts payable, accounts receivable, payments and document automation. A popular speaker at industry conferences and on webinars and podcasts, Brousseau advises prominent end-users and solutions and services providers on how to use automation to improve document- and payments-driven business processes. Brousseau has chaired numerous educational conferences and has served on several industry committees and boards. He resides in Center City Philadelphia with his wife and three sons.
Jim Scott is SVP of ACOM Solutions one of the nation’s leading financial technology (FINTECH) companies delivering B2B payment innovation for both public and private sector organizations. A subject matter expert in payment automation, Jim is a frequent panelist and contributor in payment industry conferences and educational venues.
Field of Study: Business Management & Organization
Program Level: Intermediate
Delivery Method: Group Internet-Based
Advanced Preparation: None
Successful completion of this program qualifies you to receive up to 1 CPE credits.