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  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    10 Reasons Why Now Is The Perfect Time To Automate AP

    As the old saying goes, "Strike while the iron is hot." Automation is the hottest trend in AP today, and there is no better time than now to jump on the bandwagon. If you've looked into AP automation at all, you know that some of the reasons to move ahead...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    AP Amid Tough Times: How One Ap Manager Eased Her Company's Cash Flow Woes

    Accounts payable are debts resulting from purchasing assets or receiving services on credit or on an open account. Virtually every AP department is getting pressured to help its company enhance cash flow. Business is down, bank borrowing is tight, and corporate balance sheets are a mess. Fortunately, AP is in...

    Provided By BNA Subsidiaries

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Overcoming Common Barriers To Paper-Free AP Processing

    When AP departments begin to implement new automation, there are certain obstacles that are bound to pop up. Luckily, there's enough experience here to reveal what these common obstacles are - and how AP managers dealt with them and were able to get their department further down the road to...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Accounts Payable Technology: Manageable Steps To Tackle A Complex AP Automation Project

    The implementation of a new, automated AP (Account Payable) system can be complex and confusing - unless it is broken down into manageable steps. This paper talks about the author's some of the hard learned lessons acquired while implementing automated AP processes at Cameron & Barkley Co. and Hughes Supply.

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  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Cost Control: 12 Ways AP Pros Can Help Boost Their Company's Cash Flow

    Does top management see your AP department as a revenue generator? Probably not. Even so, conscientious AP pros tell us they are saving several percentage points in costs - and every penny goes straight to the bottom line. Of course, not every one of the following ideas will be suitable...

    Provided By BNA Subsidiaries

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    10 Reasons Why Now Is The Perfect Time To Automate AP

    As the old saying goes, "Strike while the iron is hot." Automation is the hottest trend in AP today, and there is no better time than now to jump on the bandwagon. If you've looked into AP automation at all, you know that some of the reasons to move ahead...

    Provided By BNA Subsidiaries

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    AP Amid Tough Times: How One Ap Manager Eased Her Company's Cash Flow Woes

    Accounts payable are debts resulting from purchasing assets or receiving services on credit or on an open account. Virtually every AP department is getting pressured to help its company enhance cash flow. Business is down, bank borrowing is tight, and corporate balance sheets are a mess. Fortunately, AP is in...

    Provided By BNA Subsidiaries

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Overcoming Common Barriers To Paper-Free AP Processing

    When AP departments begin to implement new automation, there are certain obstacles that are bound to pop up. Luckily, there's enough experience here to reveal what these common obstacles are - and how AP managers dealt with them and were able to get their department further down the road to...

    Provided By BNA Subsidiaries

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Accounts Payable Technology: Manageable Steps To Tackle A Complex AP Automation Project

    The implementation of a new, automated AP (Account Payable) system can be complex and confusing - unless it is broken down into manageable steps. This paper talks about the author's some of the hard learned lessons acquired while implementing automated AP processes at Cameron & Barkley Co. and Hughes Supply.

    Provided By BNA Subsidiaries

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Cost Control: 12 Ways AP Pros Can Help Boost Their Company's Cash Flow

    Does top management see your AP department as a revenue generator? Probably not. Even so, conscientious AP pros tell us they are saving several percentage points in costs - and every penny goes straight to the bottom line. Of course, not every one of the following ideas will be suitable...

    Provided By BNA Subsidiaries