Self-Study Course Details
As long as invoices remain a staple of the B2B billing and payment process, smart companies will do everything they can to reduce the number of headaches associated with them. What is interesting as we go through the list is that there are ways to greatly reduce or eliminate some of them. Companies just have to make the decision to do so and then stick to the regimen. Those routines are spelled out in this paper.
In this course, industry expert Mary Schaeffer take a look some of the more common problems experienced by companies related to the invoice process and offers solutions on how best-practice companies can minimize these problems and, in some cases, eliminate them.
- Understand how to develop a strong invoice handling processes to eliminate common invoice problems
- Recognize how to eliminate the problem of invoices without invoice numbers
- Identify how to earn more of your early payment discounts
- Identify strategies for dealing with second invoices with a different invoice number
- Recognize how to speed up the invoice approval process & Minimize the amount of manual data entry required when entering invoice data
Mary S. Schaeffer is the founder of AP Now, a B2B learning and information company focused on creating business intelligence around the accounts payable and payment functions. She has written 18 business books, created a number of CPE self-study courses, customized training and online training events. Schaeffer is a frequent and popular speaker at both online and live events. Previously she held positions as an Assistant Treasurer for the Equitable Life Assurance Society, a Financial Risk Manager for O&Y and a Corporate Cash Manager for Continental Grain. She has an MBA in Finance from NYU and a BS in Mathematics from York College (CUNY).
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