accounts payable


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Related to accounts payable: general ledger, accounts receivable
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a debtor's accounts of money he owes

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Pam Miller was the first candidate to earn AP certification as an Accredited Payables Manager (APM) with distinction and is recognized in the Accounts Payable world as an innovator and an early adopter of AP related technologies.
Financial Management: Accounts Payable, General Ledger, HR/Payroll, Materials Management, Fixed Assets
So when the invoice comes in, accounts payable personnel must spend time reconstructing the entire chain of events to determine whether payment was authorized.
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This approach has, for the most part, changed in the last several years, with the ability to use electronic data downloads of a company's accounts payable payment files and statistical sampling.
com)-- Corcentric, a leading provider of Accounts Payable automation solutions, today announced Rob DeVincent, VP Product Marketing for Corcentric, will be speaking at TAPN's 2011 Accounts Payable Productivity Summit.
The software now includes enhancements to its Accounts Payable, Automatic Billing Generator, Worker's Compensation and Payroll Service Bureau programs.
A second line of defense is the accounts payable function.
com)-- Corcentric, a leading provider of Accounts Payable automation solutions, today announced Rob DeVincent, VP of Product Marketing for Corcentric, will be speaking at IQPC's 2011 Finance Transformation conference.
The Accounts Payable Network (TAPN), an Atlanta-based provider of Web-based A/P services, research and tools, has released a full-fledged version of its Tools Suite.
For example, taxable income must be increased for depreciation, amortization and any increase in accounts payable.
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