Is your AP/AR process a well-oiled machine or a clunker?

August 23 2013

I've seen the power of technology in impacting positive and productive change - not only for an organization, but for suppliers, partners and the entire ecosystem. The latest tools and technology in AP automation can not only eliminate the paper from AP processes, but can also help leadership ensure they're cultivating efficiency across the enterprise. While technology is a powerful and positive influence, it's only as strong as the processes that underpin it.

About Nick Sprau

Nick Sprau is vice president of marketing with Metafile Information Systems Inc., an independent provider of paperless document management applications serving middle-market and large businesses. Sprau is responsible for developing and implementing Metafile's international marketing strategy to support the organization's wide array of document imaging, workflow and management products and services.

Visit Metafile's Paperless AP Resource Center to read more on how companies have benefited from AP/AR technology and to connect with someone from the Metafile team. Chief among Metafile's solutions is its signature MetaViewer document management solution, which automates workflow and boosts transparency, accountability and visibility in accounts payable, accounts receivable and human resources departments.

Sprau has served the financial systems automation industry during his more than 20 years at Metafile and has been personally involved in helping hundreds of organizations improve their business processes by utilizing document imaging, workflow and electronic document management technology. Sprau has seen great changes in the way information and, specifically, information found on paper or destined to be printed on paper is handled.

Sprau's previous roles within Metafile include regional sales manager and marketing coordinator. He graduated from the University of Wisconsin - LaCrosse with bachelor's degrees in business administration, marketing and psychology.

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