Why accurate procurement data is critical to invoice automation

02.11.2016

In this first of a three-part webinar series on invoice automation, we’ll discuss why the accuracy of procurement data is essential to the success of invoicing improvement programs

As most invoicing originates with a purchase agreement, it makes sense that information on your procurement items should be included in any invoice automation project. Yet surprisingly this is often overlooked.

In this webinar we’ll discuss why and how you should facilitate the inclusion of procurement data. With practical examples and suggestions for quick fixes, we’ll also show you how to promote important cross-functional dialogue between the procurement and finance departments for the benefit your company as a whole. And we’ll demonstrate how to stay on course together by implementing shared KPIs.

Who should attend: This webinar is useful for purchasing heads, financial decision makers or anyone involved in an invoice automation program.

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Duration: 45 min
Speakers: from OpusCapita

        Tobias Wikstroem 2       Tommi Kouhi2   
         Tobias Wikström                 Tommi Kouhi  
  Head of Invoice Automation        Product Manager  

Speakers Bio: 

Tobias Wikström has more than 15 years’ experience in purchase-to-pay and cash management operations. He has supported hundreds of customers in their strategic alignment initiatives through invoice automation, supply chain and cash flow automation projects – gaining valuable cross-vertical knowledge in the process. 

During recent years, cloud services and operations have also been within his focus areas. A strong believer in LEAN and continuous improvements, Tobias supports pragmatic approaches to complex challenges.

Tommi Kouhi has more than 16 years’ experience in cash management and invoice automation solutions. Recently he has been focused on developing world-class invoice automation tools and services for global customers.

Tommi also has strong experience in software development, product management, implementation projects, product marketing and sales.