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Perfect Alignment: How Procurement and Finance Can Work Together to Achieve P2P Excellence

Procure-to-Pay (P2P) technology can, no doubt, drive some truly significant gains in productivity. But if procurement and finance are not on the same page, your P2P solution can do more harm than good. In a new white paper, Perfect Alignment: How Procurement and Finance Can Work Together to Achieve P2P Excellence, GEP shows you how enterprises can execute P2P initiatives that boost collaboration between procurement and finance teams, delivering far higher productivity gains across the board. T

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In a new white paper, Perfect Alignment: How Procurement and Finance Can Work Together to Achieve P2P Excellence, GEP shows you how enterprises can execute P2P initiatives that boost collaboration between procurement and finance teams, delivering far higher productivity gains across the board. The paper also shares proven change management strategies to drive enterprise-wide alignment and ensure an effective P2P deployment.

 


 

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