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'The Way You Do the Things You Do'

We are excited to have launched our new 'The Way You Do the Things You Do' tradeshow campaign. The campaign emphasizes 'Automated AP Your Way' and shows the ease of integrating automation with your firm's exisitng processes. All that changes is that you get faster entry, smoother approval, and easier payments--in other words, just what you want from a move to AP automation.

So whether you like martinis shaken or sitrred, the electric slide or the harlem shake, or prefer PCs to Macs, it's all the same to us as long as you get AP YOUR WAY.

Read the full campaign details here.

Upcoming Trade Shows: Mark Your Calendars!

Anybill is participating in numerous trade shows across the country this year. At each exhibit, you'll learn how you can get faster entry, smoother approval, and easier payments--in other words, just what you want from a move to AP automation. Visit us at each show to learn how you can get AP YOUR WAY.

ASAE's 2013 Finance, HR & Business Operations Conference
April 30-May 1, 2013
Walter E. Washington Convention Center
Washington, DC

The Accounts Payble Network: Accounts Payable and Purchase-to-Pay Leadership Conference 2013
May 15-17, 2013
The Grand Floridian Hotel Walt Disney World Resort
Orlando, FL
Booth #25

Institute of Financial Operations Fusion 2013
May 19-23, 2013
Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort
Orlando, FL
Booth #830

Sage Summit 2013
July 21-26, 2013
Gaylord National Resort & Convention Center
Washington, DC
Booth #247

PayStream INNOVATE '13: The Purchase to Pay Summit
September 16-18, 2013
Hilton Charlotte Center City
Charlotte, NC

Association of Financial Professionals (AFP) Annual Conference
October 27-30, 2013
Mandalay Bay Convention Center
Las Vegas, NV
Booth #452

Webinar: Anatomy of AP Automation with The Institute of Financial Operations

Interested in AP automation but not sure how it all works? Learn the break down of each step and get a full explanation of the step-by-step process.

Join us and The Institute of Financial Operations for our webinar on Wednesday, April 17.  We'll take a front-to-back look at the AP automation process, including the drivers as well as some of the business case considerations when planning an AP automation project.

Rick Swartwood of The Institute of Financial Operations will also cover AP automation's effects on the following:

  • Mailroom
  • Invoice Preparation
  • Data Entry
  • Invoice Approval/Discrepancy Resolution
  • Payment Processes

Enroll now! All registrants will receive an advance copy of the whitepaper, Anatomy of AP Automation, upon completion of the webinar prior to its official release!

Plus, this webinar qualifies you to receive up to 1.0 CPE credits.

Date: Wednesday, April 17, 2013
Time: 2:00 - 3:00 pm ET

Don't miss out -- register today!

Tell us: How does your level of AP automation stack up?

Find out how your level of AP automation stacks up by completing The Institute of Financial Operations' survey and you'll receive a copy of the final AP Automation Study.

This research report is a great way for your organization to get a glimpse into how your peers (and competitors) are reshaping their operations using emerging technologies. This study will address:

  • Trends in invoice processing volumes, costs, and cycle times;
  • Satisfaction with various technologies among adopters;
  • Biggest obstacles in automation;
  • And much more!

You also have the opportunity to enter to win an iPad mini!

Complete the survey here: http://www.financialops.org/web/resources/open-surveys

AP in the AM Anybill Breakfast Seminar

Mark your calendar for our first breakfast seminar, AP in the AM.  Henry Ijams, founder of PayStream Advisors, and Sander Mueller, Chief Strategy Officer of Anybill, will provide the latest insights in automated AP and what to expect in the future.

Breakfast is on us and seating is limited, so be sure to reserve your seat today.

Date     Thursday, June 6, 2013
Time     8:00 am: Breakfast and Networking
              8:30 am: Presentations

Place    Dupont Circle Hotel
              The Heights at Level Nine
              1500 New Hampshire Avenue NW
              Washington, DC 20036

Register now before it fills up!

Get the Latest AP News

Stay in the know and subscribe to the e-AP News e-zine. AP Now & Tomorrow’s free weekly newsletter by Mary Schaeffer includes tips, payment issues, products, job listings, and upcoming events. Read the excerpt below from the most recent article featured in the newsletter.

Best Practice Advice: Handling Change of Bank Account Requests
Most experts recommend that organizations pay as many vendors as possible using electronic payments, often referred to as ACH payments. And finally, the corporate world in the US is following. Of course, most companies in other parts of the world have been paying their vendors this way for a long time. But that's another story. With this change come a few new issues. One of those is a variant on an old fraud. In the check world, from time to time, companies had to deal with fraudulent requests for changes in the remit-to address. The electronic version, with its own unique twists, is fraudulent requests for changes to bank accounts used for payments. Let's take a look at the issue as well as best, almost best and worst practices for addressing it.

Sign up today to receive your copy!

AP Automation: Companies of All Sizes Should Take Advantage

A huge thank you to The Accounts Payable Network and David Hay for a great webinar, Benefits of AP Automation: Why Companies of All Sizes Should Be Taking Advantage.

David covered how you can take your AP department to the next level by:

  • Implementing automation technology in AP to provide a complete real-time view of the company’s financial condition
  • Delivering visibility to allow for faster, more accurate financial reporting and audits; and
  • Enhancing controls and adherence to corporate policies.

Did you miss the webinar? Don’t worry! We’ve made the slides and recording available for you to view and share the insights with your colleagues.

 

Myth #9: We’re Too Small

Reality: You don’t need to be a company with a million transactions a year to benefit from AP outsourcing. In fact, outsourcing works well for small companies because the economies of scale outsourcers can provide delivers features and benefits to those companies at a much lower cost than if they tried to handle it in-house. Additionally, accounting staff and financial managers at smaller companies often have varied responsibilities, and outsourcing the tactical function of AP enables them to focus their efforts on more strategic tasks.

Curious about other AP outsourcing myths? Read the top ten myths below.

Is your AP department just a cost center?

 

On February 27 at 2:00 pm EST, join us and The Accounts Payable Network as we present our webinar, Benefits of AP Automation: Why Companies of All Sizes Should Be Taking Advantage.  You’ll learn what your company must focus on to take your AP department beyond the traditional cost center and begin contributing to the larger goals of the company.

In this live event, David Hay will reveal ways to enhance your AP department by:

  • Reducing invoice processing cost dramatically;
  • Implementing automation technology in AP to provide a complete real-time view of the company’s financial condition;
  • Delivering visibility to allow for faster, more accurate financial reporting and audits;
  • Improving bottom-line results by taking advantage of early-payment discounts and reducing late-payment fees by getting invoices processed on time;
  • Enhancing controls and adherence to corporate policies; and
  • Utilizing spending analysis to guarantee that the organization is getting the best prices and discounts on products purchased.

Don’t miss out – register today!

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