e-Invoicing to the Rescue: Ensuring Business Continuity in Uncertain Times
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to impact a growing number of countries around the globe, business leaders are trying to find ways to mitigate business disruption. One of the key areas that should be given significant attention is invoice management. Companies need to implement a practical strategy that will ensure uninterrupted processing of payments without compromising the health and safety of their employees.
In these days of uncertainty, businesses can rely on electronic invoicing (e-Invoicing) for prompt processing of invoices while minimizing the risk to employees’ health. e-Invoicing not only allows for significant reduction of manual paper procedures, but also decreases errors and facilitates simple invoice creation and payment monitoring.
Listen as business payments experts Tomasz Spłuszka (Comarch Inc.) and Todd M. Albers (Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis) provide an in-depth analysis of the latest e-Invoicing trends and developments which companies can integrate into their business continuity strategy. Speakers will touch on a number of e-Invoicing topics and offer helpful insights on how to maximize the potential of e-Invoicing to survive today and thrive in the future.
Key topics include:
- Business Disruption in Light of COVID-19
- e-Invoicing and Business Continuity
- Recent e-Invoicing Trends and Developments
- Essentials of an Effective e-Invoicing Platform
- The Shift to e-Invoicing: Best Strategies
Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis
- Market situation – Trends and Developments
- How to ensure business continuity
Tomasz Spłuszka graduated from Cracow University of Economics with specializations in Economics and International Relations.
He has been working for Comarch since 2006, when he began his career as Key Account Manager in the Business Services Unit. In 2007, he was promoted to Business Solution Manager in the Comarch E-invoicing Business Unit.
In his current role as Consulting Director of Comarch E-invoicing department, he is responsible for international operations.
Tomasz Spłuszka graduated from Cracow University of Economics with specializations in Economics and International Relations. He has been working for …
Todd M. Albers is a Senior Payments Consultant at the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis in the Payments, Standards, and Outreach Group. His duties include research and coordination amongst interested parties and stakeholders in B2B payment efficiency, standards, and electronic invoicing. He is the convener of the Business Payments Coalition e-Invoice Work Group.
Todd’s background includes 18+ years in the Financial Services and Technology Industry; where he was responsible for strategy and new product development for products including electronic accounts payable (EAP), electronic invoice presentment & payments (EIPP), commercial credit cards, and expense report management solutions.
Todd M. Albers is a Senior Payments Consultant at the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis in the Payments, Standards, and …
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Method of Presentation:
On-demand Webcast; Group-Internet Based
NY Category of CLE Credit:
Law Practice Management
NASBA Field of Study:
Information Technology - Technical
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About Comarch Inc.
For 26 years, Comarch has helped major brands around the world reach higher productivity by implementing innovative IT solutions. With 6500 experts, 56 subsidiaries and affiliates in 100 countries, Comarch has the proprietary software and expertise to help your organization reach the next level.
Regardless of the size or technical maturity of your company, Comarch e-Invoicing is a powerful and comprehensive product that both streamlines and automates all of your AP/AR invoicing processes to enable a secure and highly efficient document exchange with all of your business partners and clients. Created to address the challenges of the ongoing digital transformation, it is fully compliant with the latest legal regulations and modern standards for data transfer.
About Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis
We serve the public by pursuing a growing economy and stable financial system that work for all of us. With headquarters in Minneapolis and a Branch in Helena, Mont., we examine banks to make them safe and sound. We conduct world-class research to inform policymakers. Our 1,000 employees in Minneapolis and 60 in Helena monitor the regional economy to help determine the nation’s monetary policy. We strive to promote economic well-being. And much more.