Bill.com has announced that it will explore how moving to the cloud can save you time, delight customers and reduce costs in a free webinar, “Born on the Cloud: The Time is Now,” on Friday, January 18, at 11 a.m. PT. Registration is available here. Bill.com is the integrated bill payment, invoicing and cash management solutions for businesses.
The webinar will feature Jamie Sutherland, president of U.S. operations at Xero online accounting, and Steve Chaney, CPA and Managing Partner, Chaney & Associates and Xero Gold Partner. Moderated by Bill.com founder and CEO René Lacerte, the webinar will feature these cloud computing leaders discussing:
- the evolution to cloud computing;
- its benefits to businesses, customers and vendors; and
- why businesses should move to the cloud today.
“Today, companies are leveraging cloud services for all their business systems and processes,” said René Lacerte, founder and CEO of Bill.com. “There are so many amazing ways that the cloud can transform financial professionals’ lives. We look forward to covering many great opportunities in this webinar to make sure no one gets left behind.”
Bill.com delivers a web-based financial solution for businesses and accountants that provides the tools, information, and collaboration required to better manage their financial tasks and optimize cash flow. Bill.com’s technology digitizes a historically paper-based and time-consuming process, allowing users to access online bill payments, e-invoicing, document management, and automated workflow through one easy system. In addition to integrating with businesses’ existing accounting software programs, Bill.com provides financial leaders with a comprehensive view of their cash forecast — making it a solution that connects a user’s banks, bookkeeping, and business.
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