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Ardent Partners 2017 AP Automation Outlook and Insights

Webinar: ePay 2017 Tech and Innovation Outlook

Please join U.S. Bank and Ardent Partners for a complimentary 60-minute webinar based on Ardent’s independently researched ePayables: The 2016-2017 Technology and Innovation Outlook Report.

ePayables 2017 Technology and Innovation Outlook 

Wednesday, February 1, 2017
11:00 a.m. Pacific – 1:00 p.m. Central – 2:00 p.m. Eastern

Andrew Bartolini, Ardent Partners’ chief research officer, will provide a technology and innovation outlook based on Ardent’s vast repository of accounts payable (AP) automation research, data and expertise.

 Welcome to the future of payment automation! 

  • The right automation solution can streamline invoicing and payment processes as well as enable access to the wealth of financial and operational data AP collects on a daily basis. 

  • Accounts Payable (AP) teams are in a unique position to drive innovation and support revenue growth while minimizing risk and delivering a competitive advantage to their organization.

  • “Best-in-Class” AP teams achieve per-invoice processing costs that are 81% lower and exception rates that are 43% lower than their peers and supplier payments costs that are a remarkable 92% lower. 
    This performance advantage can often be tracked to the higher AP automation adoption rates.

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