Unanswered Questions!

I am sure someone in this world has done a study on how much it costs a company when a question goes unanswered. Depending on who is asking, when, and how it will impact a certain company at a certain time, by a certain group, the unanswered question could be very costly.

This is true when automating accounts payable. In the 8 Pitfalls I write that the basic problem with asking questions about something a company has never done before is… there is no point of reference. I have heard this numerous times when working with potential and existing clients.   When I ask if they have any questions… the response is, “I am sure I do but I just don’t know what or how to ask”.  Meaning that they don’t know what they don’t know. That is why I wrote the book, to provide real questions to ask.

Here are a few examples of the types of answers you will get from The 8 Pitfalls:

  • What do I need to do before my company automates?
  • What is the best type of service provider for my company?
  • How will I insure a return on my company’s investment?
  • How can I make sure that when I automate I can scale?
  • What is the best way to manage the project?
  • How will I communicate with my vendors?
  • When automating, what is the best way to train to make sure no one is left behind?
  • How do I make sure I meet my company’s goals?

Those are just a few.

To get your copy of The 8 Pitfalls of Accounts Payable Automation – click here to buy. – Enter discount code: AG2XH95C to receive the book at the introductory price of $19.99 (offer expires 4/30/11)

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