November 30, 2016 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 am
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basware - Bruno Bruno Koch
An open discussion between e-invoicing expert Bruno Koch (author of the annual Billentis report), Basware's Product Marketer, Lauri Palokangas and YOU!
Themes for the discussion:
The Current State - Exploring the often 'unrecognised' disconnect between customers and suppliers
The Future State - How to unlock mutually beneficial relationships on the path to sustainable growth
Focusing on the 6 questions below:
1. Why e-invoicing is a hot topic right now and what it has to do with governments?
2. What are the SME requirements for e-invoicing and how to build stronger, more equitable relationships with them?
3. How to use e-invoices to remove inefficiencies from the processes and drive liquidity across the business ecosystem?
4. What are the key elements for large enterprise projects in creating sustainable growth from e-invoicing?
5. Why is it not sufficient to only support e-invoices in the business networks?
6. How businesses can improve the rest of their financial processes with e-procurement?
Why attend this webinar:
1. Exploring the often 'unrecognised' disconnect between customers and suppliers
2. Learn how to unlock mutually beneficial relationships on the path to sustainable growth
3. Discover the key elements for large enterprise projects in creating sustainable growth from e-invoicing
More information about the speakers:
basware - Bruno Bruno Koch - author of the annual Billentis report - Twitter @basware
Information about the Organizer:
Kelly Barner owns, manages, and edits Buyers Meeting Point. She has a unique perspective on procurement from the numerous roles she has held during her 15 years in procurement. Kelly worked for Ahold USA (parent company of grocery chains Stop & Shop, Hannaford, Giant Landover, and more) on their not for resale sourcing team, specializing in systems implementation and hired services category sourcing. She spent three years as the Associate Director of consulting services at Emptoris before it was acquired by IBM in 2011.