NORCROSS, Ga.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Recall, a global leader in document storage, digital information solutions, data protection and secure destruction services, today announced that Jason Baker, Senior Director, Recall North America Digital Solutions, will be leading the roundtable, “Building a Business Case for Automating AP and Moving to the Mobile Approved Lifestyle,” at 11:40 a.m., on April 27, 2016, at the AIIM 2016 Conference, in New Orleans, Louisiana. The roundtable will explore the ways automated systems enable and drive a new culture of efficiency, offer real-time visibility into the approval process and address technology challenges related mobile devices.
|Roundtable titled: “Building a Business Case for Automating AP and Moving to the Mobile Approved Lifestyle”|
|Jason Baker, Senior Director, Recall North America Digital Solutions|
|Wednesday, April 27, 2016 at 11:40 a.m. CT|
|AIIM 2016 Conference|
|Hyatt Regency New Orleans|
|601 Loyola Avenue|
|New Orleans, Louisiana|
“Businesses are continuously trying to streamline across the enterprise, and accounts payable is often under the microscope, due to the traditionally manual workflow used to process massive volumes of paper invoices paid,” said Baker. “At our roundtable, we will show attendees how technologies that digitize accounts payable (AP) documents can maximize efficiencies and control costs. The discussion will align with the overall theme of AIIM 2016, ‘Digital Transformation in Action,’ as we explore the many benefits organizations will experience by automating and digitizing processes related to AP.”
Recall will be exhibiting at Booth 18 with interactive demonstrations and experts on hand to discuss a wide range of topics.
Recall is a global leader in information management solutions, offering customers complete management of its physical and digital information assets with one partner. Recall’s innovative solutions empower organizations to make better business decisions throughout the information lifecycle, while maintaining regulatory compliance and eliminating unnecessary resources, time and costs. Recall services more than 80,000 customer accounts in over 300 dedicated operation centers, spanning five continents in 25 countries. For more information, please visit recall.com.