Epicor AP Webinar

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3-Way Matching Success Through AP Automation with Epicor ERP Expert Jim Frye

In this on-demand webinar, we’re focusing exclusively on the final stage of the purchase order process: paying supplier invoices. Anyone who’s managed accounts payables in Epicor knows that purchase orders and invoices rarely match. There’s got to be a better way!

Hear from SourceDay Epicor ERP expert Jim Frye to learn how you can use technology to reduce the time it takes to pay supplier invoices in Epicor, resulting in hard cost savings and early payment discounts.

In this on-demand webinar, you’ll learn about:

  1. The challenges of paying supplier invoices in Epicor
  2. The measurable benefits of faster invoice payment
  3. How to increase operations efficiency and automation

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Jim Frye

Enterprise Sales Director & In-House Epicor ERP Expert

As a former Epicor ERP Solutions Engineer, Jim has helped hundreds of manufacturing and distribution companies increase revenue, reduce costs, and facilitate growth through delivery of tools and services designed to optimize end-to-end value streams for small and midsize companies (up to $1B). With an acute focus on positive business outcomes and a reputation for meticulous preparation, Jim has developed a proven track record of success through balanced alignment of corporate and customer goals. Results focused and purpose driven, Jim is a recognized thought leader in the manufacturing industry and a respected business professional, adept at identifying and monetizing the business value derived from solutions to business challenges.

Phillip Pavelka

Solutions Engineer

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.