Your growing small or medium business (SMB) may not have the resources that the big players have, but you can still use automation to boost efficiency and cut costs.

Your SMB automation options are different from a larger enterprise’s, but they can be customized to meet your SMB’s specific challenges. With the right investments, you too can use automation to get repetitive, rules-based tasks off your teams to-do list.

Join Argyle and Tipalti for an SMB-focused discussion of how you can get the same benefits from automation that larger companies do.

You will learn:

  • How to make the business case for automation in your SMB
  • How to choose automated solutions that are scaled to the size of your business
  • Methods to manage automated solutions without a dedicated IT team


James Ward

General Manager of Finance (Chief Financial Officer)
Yamamoto FB Engineering

Field of Study:Information Technology



Advance Preparation:None required

Delivery Method:Group Internet-based

Recommended CPE Credit(s):1

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