Australian Information Industry Association
10 most critical things for accelerating Financial Process Automation whether you’re back in the office or WFH - PLUS the new Payment Times Reporting Bill.
Date: Friday 16 October 2020
Time: 01:00 pm - 02:00 pm
Where: Virtual via Cisco Webex
Enquiries: Events team firstname.lastname@example.org 1300 665 145 or 0457 459 972
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You already know how AP automation software can transform your accounts payable organisation. But are you ready for the payment bill which requires businesses and government enterprises with revenues > $100 million to biannually report on their payment terms and practices for their small business suppliers? What are the key critical elements you could be leveraging to improve efficiency and profitability across your wider finance business whilst you are working from home or back in the office?
Join Kofax for this key webinar to learn how.
Sales Engineer, Kofax Australia
Petra McLaughlin is a Presales Engineer with Kofax Australia, and has spent the past 20 years in both presales and professional services, working to improve Financial processes across industry segments. She has held positions in both IT and Operations, whilst gaining a deep insight into how Accounts Payable and Accounts Receivable teams work, focusing on driving automation, and improvement using state of the art technologies.
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