SUBMITTED BY Jeff Haller

3 Debates Over AP Best Practices Resolved (without Making Sacrifices)

NOTE: Jeff Haller will cover P2P best practices and getting the most from your investment at the IOFM Fall Conference on November 13 in Las Vegas.

SUBMITTED BY Jeff Haller

AP Best Practices Don’t Have to be Intimidating

When we bring up the term “best practices,” we almost always elicit a cringe, or wince, or at the very least an eye twitch. Because it’s not...

SUBMITTED BY Jeff Haller

The Unseen Risks in Buying a Solution that Didn’t Start Out as a Single Piece of Software

Seems like every solution provider wants to solve all your problems. That’s why they exist. But what happens when a software company decides to...

SUBMITTED BY Jeff Haller

Accounts Payable Recognition Week - Make It Count!!

Here we are at the start of the 2017 edition of Accounts Payable (AP) Recognition Week. This is fantastic and please let me extend my thanks and...

SUBMITTED BY Jamey Biegener

Why Automation is Important to Hiring, Engaging, and Retaining AP Professionals

If you’re like many of the AP professionals we talk with, one of your greatest concerns for the future of your department is talent. You probably...

SUBMITTED BY Jamey Biegener

Exception-Based Processes: Why You Don’t Really Want a Solution that Will Handle Everything

One challenge we often hear from AP staff is, “So, sometimes this happens. How are you going to deal with that?”

They’re usually a little...

SUBMITTED BY Jamey Biegener

AP Managers, Your Greatest Growth Potential Might be Right under Your Nose

“How do we grow without expanding staff? How do we attract and retain the best talent? How do we empower people to do their best work?”

As a...

SUBMITTED BY Kathi Haller, CPA

P2P Automation, Because You Can’t Fix What You Can’t See

Sometimes it’s the little things. It’s the invoice that disappeared in routing or the vendor who didn’t receive payment because the master file...

SUBMITTED BY Jeff Haller

How to Only Pay for the P2P Automation You Really Need

In our experience, more than 20 years of it, we have seen that most companies experience a natural evolution in their P2P processing.