About Author: Jeff White

Jeff White
Jeff is Director of Implementations & Integration for the ADP Procure-to-Pay Solution, responsible for a number of departments including technical sales, project implementations, and technical integrations. He also plays a key role in establishing a strategy and vision for supplier on-ramping activities. Jeff has over 13 years experience in the Procure-to–Pay space, including 10 years working with P2P SaaS solutions.

Articles by Author: Jeff White:


Complex
05.22.15 |

P2P Trends 5 of 5: Keep the Contract Simple

This final blog post based on PayStream Advisors’ recent webinar, “Top P2P Trends for 2015,” focuses on contract negotiation. The previous posts in this five-part series shared insights on features and functionality, buyer-supplier collaboration and pricing for the P2P process. The last trend of contract negotiation between the buyer organization and the solution provider can…Read More »


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05.12.15 |

P2P Trends 4 of 5: “Simple, Transaction-Based Pricing” Sells

While we are on the topic of the PayStream Advisors webinar “Top P2P Trends for 2015,” the fourth trend PayStream talked about was the pricing model that is becoming popular – transaction-based pricing. The days when organizations used to pay hundreds of thousands of dollars in upfront license fees to implement an automation solution with…Read More »


Collaboration
05.05.15 |

P2P Trends 3 of 5: “Buyer-Supplier Collaboration” is a Key to Success of eInvoicing

PayStream Advisors’ webinar on the “Top P2P Trends for 2015” touched on collaboration between buyers and suppliers as being critical to the success of an electronic invoicing initiative. Let’s take a look at some of the things that help drive the ROI on a payables automation project for a buyer organization: Reduction or elimination of…Read More »


Workflow
04.29.15 |

P2P Trends 2 of 5: Leveraging Workflow Rules to Help Reduce “Approver Fatigue”

Another trend highlighted in the recent PayStream Advisors’ webinar on the “Top P2P Trends for 2015” was “eliminating approver fatigue.” Not all invoices are created equal, so it generally does not make sense to give the same time and attention to every invoice. But in the world of paper invoice and manual processes, organizations often…Read More »


Mobile
04.22.15 |

P2P Trends Series 1 of 5: Mobile is No Longer a “Nice to Have”

PayStream Advisors recently did a webinar on the “Top P2P Trends for 2015,” and one of the trends identified was the increase in P2P solutions offering mobile capabilities.  Given today’s environment, this makes sense. According to Pew Research Center’s Internet & American Life Tracking Survey Project, conducted April 17 – May 19, 2013, cell phone…Read More »


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12.12.14 |

Zero Supplier Fees: Help Make it Easy for the Supplier to Participate

The supplier network is a big and critical part of any electronic invoicing solution. Success or failure of any accounts payable (AP) automation initiative depends heavily on whether suppliers join the network and start transacting electronically. Then how does it make sense to charge the supplier to send electronic invoices? Contrary to logic as it…Read More »


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10.03.14 |

The Future is Mobile, Even for Accounts Payable Operations

Today, the number of networked devices in use equals the global population. Within just a year, the number of devices is expected to be twice the global population. Every minute, 1,300 new mobile users are being added and 204 million emails are sent and growing exponentially1. There is no doubt, the future is going mobile….Read More »


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09.11.14 |

5 Steps to Increasing eInvoicing Supplier Adoption

Today, almost half of business-to-business invoices within the U.S. are traded electronically, with paper invoices continuing to decline from 59 percent in 2012 to 52 percent in 2013, as electronic invoicing gains more traction, according to a 2013 PayStream Advisors report1. So what is driving the shift from paper to electronic invoicing? Electronic invoicing has…Read More »



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