5 Steps to a Cost Per Invoice

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There are 5 steps to calculating cost per invoice. Can you believe there are only 5? Well, believe it, because that’s all there are. I narrowed it down to these 5 steps after working with a cost per invoice study that took what seemed like 5,000 steps to calculate the cost. It wasn’t actually 5,000 steps, but to me and the client using the study it seemed to go on and on (I could add several more “on and on”, but you get the point).  Now with a little bit of trial and error, mostly error, I have created a simple process that allows you to find your cost without making you feel like you’ve had to take on a second job to do so. Here is what Al said:

Albert Einstein, “Everything should be made as simple as possible, but not simpler”

It’s all is in my book, “The Argument to Automate – How Innovation Can INSPIRE – Not Fire” . Now, if you don’t have time to read the book, then you can join me for my upcoming webinar to hear more about each step and how you can find your cost per invoice. Cost per invoice is important if you are looking to automate your accounting processes, or improve the automated processes you already have .

Did you know that the average cost per invoice is anywhere from $15 – $25 per invoice. That’s a lot if you have any volume at all.

I would love to see you at my webinar! Here are the details to join: https://www3.gotomeeting.com/register/489958222 

Buy the book – The Argument to Automate – How Innovation Can INSPIRE Not Fire – click here to buy

(Also) To get your copy of The 8 Pitfalls of Accounts Payable Automation – click here to buy

For more information go to www.costperinvoice.com

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