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Webinar! It Pays to Pay Electronically: What Does Paperless Mean to You?

For many in Procurement and Accounts Payable, going paperless cuts out a lot of the pain associated with manual processing. ePayments are often described as a digital easy button. But not so quick – unfortunately, getting suppliers to accept your electronic payments can be a struggle.

As organizations expand their capabilities in Procure to Pay (“P2P”), payment automation is always high on the list. But while P2P technologies are more popular than ever, pure paperless is still a long way off for most. To get suppliers to accept payments electronically you need to offer them flexible payment options. This also improves supplier relationships and promotes innovation in Procurement and Accounts Payable.

To learn more about improving insights while reducing costs with ePayments, sign up for our complimentary webinar, It Pays to Pay Electronically: What Does Paperless Mean to You? onThursday, May 26 at 11:00 am EST, featuring Andrew Bartolini, Chief Research Officer at Ardent Partners, and Clayton Breazeale, Strategic Business Development Manager at WEX. During this sixty minute session, sponsored by Determine, Inc., Andrew and Clayton will discuss the state of payments in 2016 and will share insights, including:

  • Research on the evolution of electronic payments
  • Practical approaches for AP to promote ePayment adoption
  • Promoting Compliance and Efficiency – “The case for Virtual Payments”
  • Insights for integrating ePayments into your wider P2P strategy

If you are an AP or procurement professional and would like to better understand how you and your department can adopt ePayments to enhance supplier relationships, then you do NOT want to miss this webinar. Click here to register!

It Pays to Pay Electronically: What Does Paperless Mean to You?

Thursday, May 26, 2016

11:00 am EST

Sponsored by Determine, Inc.


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