In the wake of COVID, finance departments are more urgently digitizing key processes, with Accounts Receivable and Accounts Payable rising to the top. Digitization has demonstrated the unassailable benefits of better cash flow, improved efficiency, and improved financial controls.

But how are modern solutions shaping up and what are the current trends in this hot space?

In this webinar you will hear from Ken Suchoski, Payments and Fintech Equity Research Analyst for Autonomous Research. Ken makes it his business to follow public and private companies providing AP, AR, and B2B payments solutions and will assist us in teasing apart this complex, confusing, fast-changing universe.

Topics that will be covered –

  • What is the value? Learn about the utility  of automated AP and AR solutions
  • Who are the competitors? A market map of providers, their target customers, strengths and weaknesses
  • What’s next? How are solutions adapting to market needs and shaping the market?


BC Krishna

Founder and CEO

Ken Suchoski

Payments and Fintech Equity Research Analyst
Autonomous Research

Field of Study:Accounting



Advance Preparation:None required

Delivery Method:Group Internet-based

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