There has been an endless number of articles and blog posts written about the coming wave of automation. Whether it’s about the economic gains the world stands to achieve, the displacement of workers or a state of singularity achieved by runaway artificial intelligence, you can pick from countless flavors of theoretical outcomes portended by teaching machines to do things that people normally.
If you’re like us, you probably care a lot about billing and collections. Here at Invoiced, nothing gets us more excited than figuring out new and creative ways to go from order to cash. Tell us a story about going from receivable to received and we’ll owe you a debt of gratitude.
2018 has come and gone, and many finance and accounting teams have just closed out their books for the year. But as they begin to pick their heads up from regular grind of closing activities, many accounting and finance professionals are starting to gaze out at the rest of the year ahead and contemplate what can be made better by this time next year.