Taking Your AP Function One Step Beyond Best Practices
Thursday | September 14th | 12 PM CT
Presenter: Mary Schaeffer, Founder and Publisher of AP Now
While the accounts payable function was traditionally viewed as a routine aspect of operations, that is changing. Merely employing recognized best practices is no longer enough. Yes, they protect against fraud and result in fewer duplicate payments and enable regulatory compliance. But, what about those organizations and professionals who are looking for more, those who want to squeeze every last drop of efficiency and profitability out of their accounts payable operation? In this session we’ll identify eight strategic opportunities, for those professionals willing to push the envelope and go the extra mile.
After this session you will be able to:
- Establish reasonable expectations around AI enabling you to get the most out of it
- Create a continuous user-friendly learning platform
- Develop investigative skills to help weed out AP errors
- Incorporate additional productivity shortcuts from common Office tools
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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.