This week I had the pleasure to support a seminar session run by Canon promoting their P2P offering. This is the transcript of my presentation
P2P has always been important – important in the sense that it has always been important to ensure that the correct approval is given before something is bought. It’s important in the sense that it has always been important to ensure that suppliers are paid according to contractual terms – and important in the sense that it’s important to ensure that the details on an invoice sent by a supplier match what was asked for and what was delivered.
But P2P has taken on a greater importance in recent years and there are three things that have put P2P in the spotlight