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It’s always a good idea to plan for success, Right? We here at V3 specialize in post-implementation success and in-order to do so we must have a clear strategy and plan that we follow when working with our clients. If our goals are not aligned,......

I had a conversation with the Controller of a well-known American Woman’s luggage and handbag design company a few weeks ago. She explained to me that her cost per invoice is simply too high and it was a top priority in the organization to reduce......

It’s always a good idea to plan for success, Right? We here at V3 specialize in post-implementation success and in-order to do so we must have a clear strategy and plan that we follow when working with our clients. If our goals are not aligned,......

In most organizations, the Accounts Payable team’s role is to ensure invoices are received and processed in a timely fashion.  AP departments need the support of management for two major reasons: to adopt a process that emphasizes the importance of optimizing payables and freeing up......

I’ve worked with many organizations that have said emphatically “Yes, we need to streamline our AP process.” They even go as far as to admit their process is antiquated and they are losing money daily. My 1st question back to them is “so why haven’t......

Accounts payable is often recognized as one of the most inefficient, error-prone, and costly areas of a business. If your organization is still processing invoices manually, then I’m probably preaching to the choir about delays, poor visibility, loss of control, wasted resources and errors. I......

Have you watched multiple accounts payable (AP) processors walk out the door to “seek new opportunities” or “find a change of scenery”? When they told you they “enjoyed working with you,” did they really mean it, or were they just taking the high road? High......

Are you constantly looking for new ways to add steps to your Fitbit? Sure, we all are, but the office is not the place to do it. Poor process visibility is adding unnecessary steps–not just figurative ones, but literal ones–to your accounting. As much as......