Digital transformation continues to remain a top priority for finance teams in every industry. New innovations and AP/AR automation capabilities allow CFOs and their teams to improve the quality and efficiency of traditional, manual processes while reducing human error.

Although the long-term benefits of investing in new technologies and finance transformation are clear, there is often reluctance to change from employees.

So, how do you continue transformation initiatives and promote the benefits of automation while ensuring your finance team feels secure and supported in their roles?

Join Argyle and Bill.com for a thoughtful discussion where you will learn:

  • Long-term benefits of investing in new AP and AR technologies and how to properly implement new tools for increased growth and profitability
  • How to address reluctance to change from employees and show them how automation will enhance their roles, not replace them
  • Ways to implement upskilling and reskilling programs to ensure finance teams are up-to-speed on the latest AP/AR automation technologies


Deno Naicker

Senior Director (Finance Transformation & Operations)

Julian Scutari

Global Senior Director, Finance Digital Transformation

Field of Study:Finance



Advance Preparation:None required

Delivery Method:Group Internet-based

Recommended CPE Credit(s):1

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