Accounts Receivable automation could be a top efficiency driver for your team in 2016. However, it can also lead to a painful IT project with unmet executive objectives. In fact, 39% of A/R projects fail to meet pre-budget expectations and executives discount other benefits of A/R automation, focusing instead on the core of the business case – bottom-line numbers.
A/R projects are evaluated on two main areas – cost reduction and cost avoidance. Join us as we explore an outcomes-based approach to building a realistic ROI model and a winning business case for A/R automation initiatives.