Boost Accounts Payable Productivity Using Cost-Cutting and Operational Efficiency
Wednesday | May 31 | 1 PM CT
Presenter: Mary Schaeffer, Founder and Publisher of AP Now
Sadly, accounts payable is often seen as a necessary evil. Alas, it adds a lot, especially when it comes to your organization’s bottom line. People inevitably think that when you talk about boosting productivity in accounts payable, you are talking about automation. That’s definitely part of the equation, but a very small part. There’s really a lot more you can do, if you take the time.
There are many new ways (and some overlooked older ones) to boost your accounts payable function’s productivity. That’s why we’ve invited Mary Schaeffer, founder of AP Now and author of over 20 books, to address our invited audience on this critical topic.
Join us and learn how to:
- Identify simple ways to reduce costs without reducing staff
- Implement several operational best practices that also elevate departmental productivity
- Review your operations to identify error prone spots to implement change
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MARY SCHAEFFER – Founder & Publisher, AP Now
Mary Schaeffer, AP Now’s Founder, has been creating content around the AP function for 20+ years. This material takes the form of a twice-a-week free ezine, a weekly podcast, a YouTube channel, a monthly newsletter, a variety of courses for accountants and AP professionals, and numerous webinars.
She served on the Business Payments Coalition and Federal Reserve’s Remittance Delivery Assessment Work Group and is currently a member of Nacha’s ACH Network Advisory Panel. Schaeffer has been named a Top AP Influencer for the last three years by the prestigious AP Association, a global organization headquartered in the UK. She also received the Well-Being for Others award from them in 2021 and was named Top AP Influencer in 2022.
She has a BS in Mathematics and an MBA in Finance. Before founding AP Now, she worked in corporate finance and treasury for three large multi-national companies.