[On Demand] Digitising your AP process: It’s never too late to automate!
Switching from manual invoice processing to AP automation delivers more than just cost savings – it provides access to the data you need to improve your entire cash-to-cash cycle.
Join our expert speakers as we discuss why automating AP now won’t simply support you and your suppliers during the present crisis, but can reduce buyer-supplier friction and position your business to thrive – whatever lies ahead.
In this on-demand webinar, you will hear from our speakers about:
- How can AP professionals best contribute to corporate profitability?
- What is the business case for AP Automation?
- Will suppliers welcome automation?
- How can AP automation improve the cash-to-cash cycle?
Meet the Speakers
Director, Shared Services, Genesee & Wyoming
Andrew Wilson is an expert in leading change in finance functions. He is currently director of shared services at Genesee & Wyoming Inc. and previously spent three years with AstraZeneca leading the company’s Working Capital programme. Andrew’s skills include developing strategy for business services leading to the creation of shared service centre models, delivering process improvements and creating value through cost management improvements, strengthened management reporting & insights and transparent controls.
Partner Director, Brait
Édgar is Brait’s CEO and managing director. With an SAP logistics background, he has 14 years’ experience focused on Accounts Payable optimization and automation for global companies, boosted in the last decade by a strong commitment to e-invoicing both on the buyer and supplier side. He has implemented AP & e-invoicing compliant solutions in more than 25 countries.
Senior Director, Product Marketing, Tradeshift
Mike Jud is the Senior Director of Product Marketing at Tradeshift, where, for 3.5 years, he has been shaping the vision and strategy for company-wide digital transformation starting with 100% digital AP. Mike has a long 20-year history with Procurement and Financial solutions and working with customers on best practices and future practices.
Meet the moderator
Managing Director, Working Capital Forum
Mike Hewitt regularly moderates Working Capital Forum events. Previously he was CEO of the global treasury website gtnews.com and the financial technology site bobsguide.com, as well as being part of the leadership team of the Association for Financial Professionals.