Lavante and Basware a series of seminars on the future of AP and Purchase-to-Pay

The lunch seminars, which will feature a deep dive discussion about industry trends and new technologies led by Lavante and Basware, are focused on five critical trends that will reshape the AP landscape in coming years by making businesses more productive and their internal departments more integrated and cooperative.

These five future shifts include:

  • The inevitable development of an end-to-end P2P solution
  • New levels of value coming from the master vendor file
  • The emergence of supplier self-service (portal)
  • The growing importance of commerce networks
  • Unlocking new financial value streams

Lavante and Basware have worked closely with major industry associations including The Institute of Financial Operations (IFO) on the series curriculum and will award CPE credits for attendance at these seminars.

Ken Brown, President of the Institute of Financial Operations:
“The joint seminars by Lavante & Basware have been consistently among the most highly rated and highly attended sessions at our annual Financial Industry conference. The content is always timely and provides insights into how the constituents throughout the P2P process can leverage new technologies and strategies to become more productive.”

Bob Cohen, Vice President, North America for Basware:
“As leading service providers, Lavante and Basware can provide real-world examples and lessons from over 1 million companies who are using our solutions and services. From this vantage point, we are able to compile the industry’s most relevant trends and insights and present them in our popular `Future of AP’ series.”

Tom Flynn, Co-founder & CMO at Lavante:
“The practical and implementable teachings from our popular seminar series help companies improve cash flow, working capital management and visibility across their entire Accounts Payable landscape.”

The free seminars require advanced registration. To register or for more information visit:

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