2019 could be the year of transformation in the finance space. With more and more companies becoming a part of the digital revolution in the order-to-cash space, what A/R professionals today need is to up their game and be one step ahead at all times.
In order to achieve this particular objective, let us take a look at the trends that would disrupt the finance space in 2019, and how companies should prepare themselves for the same.
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