With many school-age children slated to be at home or going to school in person just a few days a week, there’s a good chance some of your AP employees will soon be pulling double duty as teachers.
And if they don’t have kids to worry about, plenty of other things – including today’s distributed workforce – might slow them down. All of this might make it harder to pay vendors on a timely basis.
Enter automated AP payments.
While they have been around for a while, automated electronic payments have become a critical factor for AP success because they eliminate inefficiencies – exacerbated by the pandemic. Plus, they provide more control over cash.