Thursday, November 9, 2017 2:00PM
Mike Levans, Supply Chain Group Editorial Director, Peerless Media LLC.
Don Baptiste, CEO, TRAX Technologies
Alan Chute, Senior Vice President, Solution Design, TRAX Technologies
Companies looking to engage FAP service providers are typically eager to improve their on-time payments—but what if that’s not the best way to measure your progress toward improving efficiency? Is there a bigger picture to look at—one that takes your specific business priorities into consideration?
If you’re unsure about what to measure and why, how can you tell if you’re getting the most value from your FAP provider? Join us to find out.
In this session we’ll examine:
- What are the typical objectives for FAP and how are they measured?
- What are the trade-offs you might have to make to reach those objectives?
- What do “good” metrics look like?
- What should a company look for in its FAP provider?
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