Webinar: A closer look at U.S. Bank AP Optimizer

October 13, 2021

Join us for a guided tour of U.S. Bank AP OptimizerTM, our comprehensive invoice-to-pay solution for B2B and B2C payments. During this 30-minute webcast, we show the key features and functionality that make short work of everyday invoice management and payment disbursement tasks.

Using common AP process scenarios, we show how AP Optimizer:

  • Receives, captures and provides intuitive user experience for invoice processing 
  • Automates PO and Non-PO Invoice processing 
  • Supports invoice routing and approvals 
  • Integrates payment flows, approvals and reporting 

 

Learn from our experts:


Bryan Schneider
Vice President, Working Capital Consultant, U.S. Bank

With 20 years’ experience in payments, corporate cash management and fintech sales and partnerships, Bryan consults with treasury and cash management teams to support them on their digital transformation journeys. Focusing on best practices, he helps organizations increase efficiencies, reduce costs and risk, and maximize return on technology investments, including enterprise resource planning (ERP), accounts payable, accounts receivable and treasury management information systems.

 


Darin Armbrecht
Vice President, Solutions Engineer – AP Automation, U.S. Bank

Darin has 20+ years in various ERPs and solutions in many disciplines. He's an expert in understanding a client business applications environment and requirements in order to bring solutions that automate and integrate business processes. His extensive experience and deep understanding of business applications position him to identify opportunities to digitally transform business through people, process, and technology.

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