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Accounts Payable & Procure-To-Pay Conference & Expo

ScottMadden will join industry leaders as a sponsor and presenter at the Institute of Finance & Management (IOFM)’s Accounts Payable & Procure-To-Pay Conference & Expo taking place May 7-9 at Disney’s Yacht & Beach Club Resort in Orlando, FL. This event, dedicated to Accounts Payable (AP), brings together experienced practitioners and innovative strategists to provide an in-depth AP learning experience. Join ScottMadden and meet your toughest challenges in AP head-on.


Pre-Conference Workshop


Designing a P2P Operating Model to Realize the Full Potential of P2P Technology

Over the past five years, P2P technology adoption has received a lot of press. However, without an effective supporting operating model, many have struggled to obtain the full range of potential end-to-end P2P benefits. This workshop focuses on the essential activities required to design and implement a P2P operating model, including setting the strategy, quantifying the opportunity, designing a model that optimizes P2P performance, defining structure and roles, and highlighting the most important activities required for successful implementation.


Brad DeMent, Partner, ScottMadden, Inc.

Andy Flores, Partner, ScottMadden, Inc.

Trey Robinson, Partner, ScottMadden, Inc.

Track Presentation


Digitizing End-to-End Process, Domestic and Global

Technological innovations in AI and RPA are quickly changing the way we run our daily lives. They will also change the way you run your Shared Services or Procure-to-Pay operation. ‘Don’t skate to where the hockey puck is now, …skate to where it will be’. Plan your shared services future and associated investments wisely. Are you investing in technology now that will be irrelevant in 2-3 years?

This presentation will discuss:

  • The potential diminishment of low cost shared services hubs
  • Whether there is still a case for outsourcing
  • The strategic priority of ERPs within businesses
  • The role of AI in the running of Centers of Expertise
  • The structure of shared services contact centers and their role


Trey Robinson, Partner, ScottMadden, Inc.

For additional information, please visit the event website.