Tag: AP Automation

Treasury’s Role in Transforming Accounts Payable into a Profit Center, Part 2: The Importance of Measurement and the Treasurer’s Stake in AP

As discussed in a previous post, AP is often viewed as a cost center and Treasury, in conjunction with AP, is key to establishing the link between corporate goals and AP’s role. But what are...

/ March 6, 2018

The Top 4 Accounts Payable Priorities for 2018

If you don’t want 2018 to be “more of the same” in Accounts Payable (AP), then some serious prioritization – and action – is in order. Here are four top priorities that should drive your...

/ December 21, 2017

5 Trends in ePayables Innovation

One of the biggest challenges faced by AP leaders is finding the balance between executing today’s operations and evaluating tomorrow’s technology.  To help you clear those hurdles, here’s an overview of the 5 biggest trends...

/ December 7, 2017

5 Reasons to Adopt a Payment Hub

If your treasury team is unfamiliar with the concept of a payment hub, how do you make the case? By starting with the basics, like these five key benefits:

/ November 27, 2017

5 Steps to a Payment Strategy That Will Make Your Business More Competitive

For a business to achieve truly sustainable success, every single aspect of the organization has to function as effectively as possible. You can offer the best products and services in your industry and have a...

/ October 6, 2017

Why Mad Men Tells Us We Should Abandon Checks

Consider this: the only business tool used by Madison Avenue ad agencies in the 1960s that is still in use today, are the checks sitting on your desk. Nostalgia might make for great television, but...

/ September 14, 2017

The House of Cards Guide to Creating an Effective Payment Strategy

“You build your future. It isn’t handed to you.” That’s what Francis J. Underwood, the ferocious political titan from House of Cards, would say about devising an effective payment strategy that promotes your business’s success....

/ September 5, 2017

Will your risky business practices make you a victim of fraud?

Law of averages requires that at least one or two of your employees turns out to be more of a threat than an asset.

/ May 8, 2017