Webinar - Thursday, April 22 at 11 AM ET

Manual business processes in Purchasing and Accounts Payable are leading to enormous inefficiencies and are often why A/P can’t work from home during this pandemic.

Additionally, during this disruption, executives are prioritizing the preservation of working capital, and that’s why optimizing P2P has become even more important to all businesses. The decentralized organization of information (that’s usually the standard scenario for manual working environments) creates the challenge of missing information throughout process. Many companies have some automation in place, but often do not have true end-to-end solutions for workflows and information management. In this webinar, we’ll share how you can:

  • Save money and gain stability by moving to a service-based model to increase the efficiency of your P2P process.
  • Understand how to leverage the capabilities of SAP S/4HANA to build a more intelligent and automated ERP system.
  • Minimize costs while building more resilient and flexible operating models.
  • Understand when you should implement your automation solution and whether you should do it before or after you complete your SAP S/4HANA project.
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MEET THE AUTHORS

Danny Schaarmann xSuite
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Danny Schaarmann is a successful entrepreneur, a serial optimist, and a strategic go-to-market manager. Growing up as an athlete, Danny approaches his clients and colleagues with team-driven, collaborative mentality. Early in his career, he successfully transitioned his family-run business into a popular platform before a fruitful exit. Driven by innovation, Danny co-founded TIM Solutions in 2008, Matonu in 2014, and ILC Technologies in 2015, acting as CEO across all of his business properties. Since 2016, Danny is the CEO and President for Boston-based xSuite Solutions and strives to help SAP customers with their digital transition.

Rizal Ahmed SAPinsider
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Rizal (Riz) serves as Wellesley Information Service’s Chief of Content. He oversees content and business planning, helping WIS’s global customers and partners discover new ways to leverage content for competitive advantage. Prior to WIS, Riz was a Research Associate with Forrester Research and a reporter for the Manila Times in the Philippines. Riz earned dual degrees from Dartmouth College in History and Economics.