August 3, 2021 | 1PM CT
Solving Direct Spend Invoice Woes With AP Automation
Direct spend invoices are notoriously inaccurate, which creates challenges for Accounts Payable departments. SourceDay is the first direct spend-focused solution that automates 3-way matching of supplier invoices and auto vouchers back into your ERP. In this webinar, our experts will discuss why AP Automation is critical for successful management of Direct Spend, and how our customers are reaching 97% paperless invoicing and ditching manual paperwork tasks.
- Why AP Automation is critical for Supply Chain Management
- Why AP Automation is more difficult for Direct Spend than Indirect Spend
- The critical link between POs and AP Automation
- How our customers are embracing paperless invoicing and closing books in record time
COO & Co-Founder
Thanks to his background building cross-functional teams in technology and manufacturing, Clint knows how to implement real solutions for real business challenges. From Fortune 100 companies to mid-size manufacturers, thousands of organizations use SourceDay to connect their teams with their suppliers. Since 2015, SourceDay has helped more than 6,000 manufacturers, distributors and suppliers process more than $66B in total spend.
VP, NetSuite Business Unit
Colby Young brings many years of supply chain expertise supporting product organizations growth by utilizing automation to enhance supplier collaboration and boost supplier performance. Colby runs the NetSuite Business Unit at SourceDay as the go-to and best-in-class Built for Netsuite partner for direct spend supplier portal. Whether you are a manufacturer, distributor, retail, or consumer product company, Colby has experience supporting complex supply chain goals and helping implement best practices for all things direct spend procure-to-pay.
Phillip is a Solutions Engineer at SourceDay, where he has spent five years working with potential and current customers on best practices for embracing technology to protect revenue and cashflow. Previously, Phillip spent 11 years in Contract Manufacturing, running operations and developing close relationships with Procurement to ensure materials did not affect customer demand.