This is What Can Happen When an AP Practioner Solves the Biggest AP Question
April 5, 2019
Today’s podcast is a conversation with Jason Widmann, a Director of Accounts Payable. We will discuss how he developed a new tool to reduce both live calls and emails, to solve a pain point with the highest volume of AP inquiries - fielding questions on the status of invoices. And since he is from AP, he developed the cloud-based software with three key elements in mind to make it easier for AP teams to implement:
- Adoption by Vendors
- Implementation Timeline
- Cost $$
Listen to the podcast to learn more about the AP reQuest cloud based solution. Stick around to the end, because at the end of the interview, Jason gives an exclusive offer to listeners of this podcast.
Vendor Setup & Maintenance Additional Resources:
Blog Post: “Still Taking Live Phone Calls from Vendors?”
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Debra R Richardson, MBA, APM, CPRS
Owner, Debra R Richardson, LLC
President, Oklahoma Central Region IOFM Chapter
Accounts Payable Speaker | Consultant | Trainer
www.debrarrichardson.com | [email protected]
Debra is an accounts payable speaker, consultant, and trainer with over 20 years of experience in AP, AR, general ledger, and financial reporting for Fortune 500 companies including Verizon, General Motors and Aramark.
For the past eight years, Debra has focused on Global Vendor Maintenance, and implemented a vendor self-registration portal for 140k+ global vendors across five ERPs. In her consultancy, she focuses on internal controls and authentication to prevent fraud in the vendor master file.
Debra now focuses on protecting the vendor master file from fraud.
She hosts a weekly podcast: “Putting the AP in hAPpy”.