Best-Practice Finance Processing – What is it and How Can You Achieve It?

The Business Case for Accounts Payable Automation

We will be running our AP Automation event in both the UK and Ireland, details are as follows:

UK Event
Where: Café Royal, 68 Regent Street , London, W1B 4DY
Date: Wednesday 25th April 2018
Time: 11:00am – 1:30pm, Lunch included.

Ireland Event
Where: Citywest Hotel, Saggart, Co. Dublin, D24 KF8A.
Date: Friday 27th April 2018
Time: 10:30am – 2:00pm, Lunch included.

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These event are free to attend. However, spaces are limited.

The world of finance and finance systems is at the very centre of the leading-edge developments in new technologies such as Artificial Intelligence and Process Automation.

Discover the key trends in Finance Transformation and how your business could benefit from process improvements such as AP Automation. Learn what the steps to automation are, how to make it as easy as possible, and what the investment case looks like.

Why attend?

This event presents the latest research on best practice in AP processing, the key impacts of technology on the Finance Department across all Industries and how technology can be easily applied. Come along and learn from industry experts and through case studies how technology such as AP automation can work for your business:

  • Learn how Finance Transformation can impact your business
  • See how technology can bring business benefits now
  • Discover the ROI story and the steps to implementation

Our keynote speaker, Jamie Radford, CEO of the AP Association, will present latest AP Association research on Industry Best Practice and how you can measure your processing performance against best-in-class.

Jamie is a qualified Chartered Procurement specialist, holding the (MCIPS) Member of the Chartered Institute of Procurement and Supply qualification and has over 25 years’ experience in corporate finance functions. His previous roles have included Head of Accounts Payable at AT&T EMEA and Head of Procurement and Payables for Finning/CAT.

Alistair Thacker, CTO of Kefron, will provide examples of how technology can streamline the invoice management process, help eliminate human error, and significantly reduce invoice processing costs.

Alistair has a BSc. in Computing from Napier University. He is a certified MCSD (Microsoft Certified Solution Developer) and MCP (Microsoft Certified Professional) and has over 20 years’ software development experience with large multinational companies.

Who should attend
  • Finance Directors
  • Finance Managers
  • Financial Controllers
  • Managing Directors
  • IT Managers
  • AP Managers
Agenda – UK Event
  • 11:00     Arrival, Tea & Coffee
  • 11:15     Welcome and Introduction
                   Kristina Russell, UK Sales Manager, Kefron
  • 11:30     Keynote Speaker – Accounts Payable Process – Best Practice in the UK
                   Jamie Radford, CEO, AP Association
  • 12:15     How to Streamline the Invoicing Process – Kefron AP Demo

                   Alistair Thacker, CTO, Kefron

  • 13:00     Expert Forum – Q&A and Lunch

  • 13:30     Close
Agenda – Ireland Event
  • 10:30     Arrival, Tea & Coffee
  • 11:00     Welcome and Introduction
                   Angelina McGuirk, Business Development Manager, Kefron
  • 11:15     Keynote Speaker – Accounts Payable Process and Industry Best Practice
                   Jamie Radford, CEO, AP Association
  • 12:00     How to Streamline the Invoicing Process – Kefron AP Demo

                   Alistair Thacker, CTO, Kefron

  • 12:45     Expert Forum – Questions & Answers

  • 13:00     Lunch


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At Kefron we see complexity and make it simple. Our business exists to improve how you manage your information, be it Document Management Services or digitisation of your information. We can make a real difference to your business. This is what drives us.

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