How to combine AI and RPA when digitally transforming your P2P process
Learn about the latest AI and RPA technologies and how they should be used together to add value to your P2P cycle
Join this webinar with Marko Beric, Business Development Manager at Esker, to learn about the latest AI and RPA technologies and how they should be used together to add value to your P2P cycle
As advances in automation technology digitally transform the way businesses operate, they are enabling efficiency and enhancing customer experience. They are also acting to make competition fiercer, making it all the more important to staying ahead of the technological curve to remain competitive.
By utilizing artificial intelligence (AI) and robotic process automation (RPA), organizations are experiencing benefits they can take straight to the bank. But before you can have your own digital metamorphosis, it is important to understand what these technologies are, what they are not and more importantly, how they add value to your P2P cycle.
Join Marko Beric, Business Development Manager at Esker, for an educational webinar during which Beric will dive into the world of AI and RPA, discussing how they differ, how they work together and how procure-to-pay automation can help you achieve:
- Improved staff productivity and satisfaction by removing tedious, redundant tasks
- Reduced costs resulting from fewer human errors and improved data management
- Complete process transparency with customizable dashboards and reporting
This session will also feature a case study featuring clothing company Brooks Brothers.
Marko Beric, Business Development Manager at Esker
Marko Beric is a Business Development Manager at Esker who works with a broad range of roles at enterprise and middle-market companies, helping them transform their Accounts Payable and Procurement functions from cost centers to profit centers.
With Esker’s AI and RPA technologies, Beric helps business leaders streamline their processes to operate more efficiently and become more competitive by changing how they engage with and pay their vendors. As a financial analyst, he understands that every project and initiative is unique, and strives to help organizations achieve their business and IT goals under their unique circumstances.