Supply Chain Automation: Optimizing Cash Flow in the Age of UncertaintyDate:02/11/21Duration:1 HourTime:11 am PT / 2 pm ET
Cashflow is the lifeblood of a business — now, more than ever. Unfortunately, due to reliance on manual supply chain processes, many of today’s businesses are not equipped to optimize their financial health.
In this webinar, we explore why supply chain automation is such an important digital transformation tool in the current age of uncertainty.
IOFM Virtual AP Demo DayTopic:Accounts PayableDate:02/17/21Time:10:00am - 4:00pm Eastern Time
Join us on February 17th for our next Virtual AP Demo Day and learn how IOFM’s partner ecosystem can empower your AP team. Industry-leading organizations will demo products that can streamline processes, automate workflows, and ultimately save your organization money.
This live, day-long event will feature multiple 45-minute virtual sessions where you’ll have the opportunity to:
Hear from top organizations in the financial operations industry as they demo solutions
Identify partners who can help your company overcome the obstacles set by COVID-19
Ask questions specific to your business challenges and goals during interactive Q&A
As teams continue to automate and work virtually, you can be the voice that helps steer your organization towards the solutions and partners that best fit your company’s current business needs.
Signing up is free, and a one-time registration grants access to every session throughout the day, allowing you to come and go as you please. The first 30 minutes of each session will dive into the solution at hand, while the final 15 minutes will focus on audience discussion and Q&A.
AI and RPA: The technology powering order management digital transformationTopic:Order ManagementDate:02/24/21Duration:1 hourTime:11 am PST/2 pm EST
Advances in automation technology are digitally transforming the way businesses operate by creating new efficiencies, enhancing customer experience and making competition fiercer. By utilizing artificial intelligence (AI) and robotic process automation (RPA), organizations are experiencing benefits they can take straight to the bank. However, before businesses can achieve their own digital metamorphosis, it is important for them to understand what these technologies are, what they are not and, more importantly, how they add value to their order-to-cash cycle.
Expanding on Your SAP Investment with Best-in-Class Accounts Payable AutomationTopic:Accounts PayableDate:02/25/21Duration:1 HourTime:9 am PST / 12 pm EST
Forward-thinking companies are discovering that by leveraging accounts payable (AP) automation solutions, they can eliminate the inefficiencies and waste associated with paper-centric processes. But before automating, finance leaders must explore a number of key considerations; namely, the choice between using a tool inside SAP or using a certified external solution with data recognition, validation, and workflow.
In this webcast, we’ll look at the functionality you’re really getting with a built-in AP solution and how ERP-independent solutions enable integration in complex ERP landscapes with less time, cost, and risk, while promoting a host of potential advantages:
Intelligent frontend data capture and touchless processing capabilities
Robust and customizable reporting for individual users
Easier training and onboarding with lower IT and go-live costs
Supply Chain Automation: Optimizing Cash Flow in the Age of UncertaintyTopic:Accounts PayableDate:03/11/21Duration:1 HourTime:10 am PST / 1 pm EST
Many treasury and finance leaders face unexpected challenges in managing cash flows due to the ongoing impacts of COVID on market dynamics. The good news is that many companies can mitigate cash flow uncertainty and impact the bottom line by removing inefficiencies in P2P and O2C and unlocking the value of the relationships across their supply chains. We will explore what P2P and O2C done right looks like in theory and then show you how companies are leveraging technology to put theory into practice. Join us to discover how companies are leveraging technology to minimize money that is tied up in inventory as well as the money held up in various parts of their businesses.