Webinar: Planning for Process Automation Projects in 2019

Date: Thursday 24th January 2019
Time: 11:00am
Duration: 45 mins

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

Business processes that are highly manual or paper-driven, in particular accounts payable (AP) processes, are prone to mistakes and can be extremely time-consuming. Automation is an easy way to save 80% of staff time and costs.

But how do you go about planning for a Process Automation Project?

Attend this webinar featuring James Smith, Kefron Head of Sales and Alistair Thacker, Kefron Head of Technology, during which they’ll discuss how with proper planning, the chances of success greatly increase and make for a much smoother implementation and a concrete return on investment for your project.

By attending this webinar you will gain insights into:

  • How to plan for AP Automation.
  • How to identify and track success, with details of where time and cost savings can be achieved.
  • How to calculate the payback time of your automation project.

Not sure if you can attend? Register anyway and we’ll send out a recording following the webinar. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

Agenda
  • 11:00     Welcome and Introduction
                   James Smith, Head of Sales, Kefron
  • 11:05     Planning a Process Automation Project

                   James Smith, Head of Sales, Kefron

  • 11:20     Kefron AP Demonstration

                   Alistair Thacker, Head of Technology, Kefron

  • 11:40     Expert Forum – Questions & Answers

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