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Your Organization’s Payments Might Cost You More Than You Think

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Wednesday | September 21 | 12-1 PM CT
Presenter: Lynn Larson, Principal of Recharged Education

Late payments. Inefficient processes. Human errors. These are just a few of the pain points that can plague accounts payable departments. The subsequent costs can really add up. 

Every organization has room for improvement, but it can be hard to know where to start. What should be your focus? Who will be impacted? What are the best substitutes for paper checks? How can you get internal buy-in for making lasting changes?

To help get your organization on the path to success, Lynn Larson, a business-to-business payments veteran, will provide a broad perspective of what comprises purchase-to-pay processes, go over the available payment methods, and identify what can trip up an organization in its quest for increased efficiencies and cost savings.

As an AP, finance, or treasury professional, attending this webinar will equip you to:

  1. Evaluate current purchase-to-pay processes for common risks and drawbacks
  2. Discuss with your team or management some pros and cons of each payment method
  3. Identify key questions to address internally when moving toward a payment strategy
  4. Propose ways to reduce check usage within your organization
  5. Define roles and primary responsibilities to support successful payment strategy execution

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Lynn Larson, CPCP, has more than 20 years of business-to-business payments experience. In 2014, she founded Recharged Education LLC, which focuses on payment strategies and commercial card training, consulting, and educational resources; learn more at: Her previous job roles include education manager for the NAPCP, a professional association for the commercial card and payments industry, and p-card program manager for the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis. In addition, her work experience includes many years in the procurement field. She has held the Certified Purchasing Card Professional (CPCP) credential since 2007.

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