LAS VEGAS – Technology for automating business processes is changing the way American companies operate, helping them increase efficiencies and reduce costs. And yet, most companies don’t take advantage of the available technology to help them automate financial tasks like bill-paying, instead using paper-based manual processes that are not only inefficient, but may also expose them to risk of internal and external fraud.
Nevada State Bank will be addressing these issues in a free webinar on March 1, when viewers can learn:
- Why companies are reluctant to automate accounts payable systems.
- How modern finance departments can use technology to their advantage.
- How companies can partner with their bank to implement processes and solutions to simplify and streamline accounts payable.
This webinar will all include a presentation of the bank’s new product, Integrated Payables, an accounts payable automation solution to automate accounts payable processes, from invoice capture to payment execution.
Nevada State Bank presents this free webinar, “Simplify Your Accounts Payable,” on Thursday, March 1, from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. Pacific Time. Open to the public, registration can be found here.
The webinar “Simplify Your Accounts Payable” is offered for informational purposes only and should not be construed as legal or other professional advice. Consult with an attorney or other professional concerning your own needs and circumstances. The views and opinions expressed by the speakers are not necessarily those of Nevada State Bank, Zions Bancorporation or its affiliates.
About Nevada State Bank (@nevadastatebank)
Nevada State Bank, a division of ZB, N.A., is a full service bank offering a complete range of consumer, private and business banking services with branches statewide. Founded in 1959, Nevada State Bank serves 20 communities across the state of Nevada. ZB, N.A.’s parent company is Zions Bancorporation, which is included in the S&P 500 and NASDAQ Financial 100 indices (NASDAQ: ZION). For more information on Nevada State Bank, call 702.383.0009 or access www.nsbank.com.