In today’s environment, many organizations are looking for ways to improve the resiliency of their business and do more with less. This webinar will cover key insights into accounts payable operations, including the top priorities and challenges facing Accounts Payable (AP) today.

Over the past decade, Ardent Partners has conducted more AP market research studies than any other firm or consultancy in the industry.

In that time, Ardent has benchmarked thousands of distinct mid-market companies across all phases of its proprietary ePayables framework – Receipt, Process, and Pay.

Join Bob Cohen, VP of Research at Ardent Partners as he discusses how mid-market companies are using automation to meet the AP challenges of 2022.

You will learn:

  • Knowledge and benchmarks needed by mid-market companies to identify areas of opportunity for automation
  • Insights into AP operations, including the top priorities and challenges facing leaders today
  • Actionable tips on how to improve visibility into invoice and payment data and help your team operate more efficiently


Robert Cohen

Vice President, Research & Marketing
Ardent Partners

Liz Alderman

Director of Product and Segment Marketing for Mid Market
Coupa Software

Field of Study:Accounting



Advance Preparation:None required

Delivery Method:Group Internet-based

Recommended CPE Credit(s):1

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