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Automation Advisors Panel: Accelerating Procurement, Invoicing and Compliance Processes
Despite the availability of technology and the proven benefits of digital transformation for Procurement and Accounts Payable (AP), many organizations have not centralized, automated or modernized their entire procure-to-pay process. And, while Gartner reports that some buyers are embracing a cloud-first strategy for their accounting practices, many companies are stuck with antiquated, on-premises technology.

Building a strategy and execution for procure-to-pay is critical to keep up with industry titans who are using this technology as a tool to lower costs, access suppliers and capitalize on payment discounts. In fact, Gartner forecasts the market of investing in procure-to-pay solutions to grow to $5 billion by 2023 with a 5-year compound annual growth rate of about 10%.

On August 19 at 10am PDT/1pm EDT, join our moderator, Brandyn Campbell, Ephesoft’s Director of Business Development and special guest panelists from Grant Thornton LLP and Catalytic as they discuss process automation and transformation to explore organizational best practices and a machine learning-powered solution for revolutionizing the Procurement and AP departments.

In this webinar, you will:
*Learn how digital transformation in AP and Procurement departments can turn an understaffed, overworked department into a profit center
*Get SME tips and tricks for organizations in all stages of their AP automation journey
*Explore how machine learning technology can positively impact the P2P process for organizations of all sizes
*Watch a live demonstration segment of innovative intelligent invoice processing
*Live question and answer session

Even if you can’t make the live broadcast, register anyway and we’ll send you the recording after the web event.

Aug 19, 2020 10:00 AM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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Neil Bahadur
Channel Partnerships @Catalytic
As a founding member of Catalytic’s business development team, Neil leads Channel Partnerships. Since 2016, he has been driving innovation in a broad range of industries—from advertising to manufacturing—to help organizations achieve unprecedented efficiency with the Catalytic plat)form. He brings years of experience in computer science and information security, and acts as a trusted advisor on change management for digital transformation. Neil helps motivated businesses identify where automation can deliver the most impact, then he provides simple solutions while fulfilling his mission of upskilling employees for their own professional development and empowering them to leave a positive impact on their business.
Scott Tripp
Director of Financial Management @Grant Thornton LLP
Scott Tripp is in Grant Thornton’s Financial Management practice based out of the DC Metro area with more than 14 years of finance, technology, and operations experience. He has successfully led multiple business transformations and strategic initiatives for multi-national and private companies. Scott recently led two functional work streams for a Fortune 100 company's future of finance transformation. Scott works with organizations to drive business strategy and provide financial analysis and insight for corporate decision making and enable finance transformation to drive change in meaningful ways.
Will Morse
Manager, Business Consulting - Digital Transformation & Management @Grant Thornton LLP
Will Morse is in Grant Thornton’s Digital Transformation & Management practice based in Houston, Texas. With over 10 years of information technology experience in a variety of industries. He has succesfully led or participated in large scale transformation initiatives, system design and implementation projects, integration efforts, and OCR/ICR end to end process design and implementations. Will leverages this experience and his passion for data driven insights to help clients deliver value through financial, process, and technical performance improvement.