AP leaders may pine for the day when supplier invoices digitally flow through their department, without human operator intervention. But at most organizations, that’s a far-off dream.
George has over 20 years of enterprise consulting and software sales experience in markets across North America. He joined ActiveWorx in 2001 and has been instrumental in bringing some of the largest customers to the portfolio. As Vice President of Sales, George is responsible for all customer-facing functions, including business development and sales operations required for revenue growth and market positioning. Prior to joining ActiveWorx, he served as the Director of Sales and Marketing for CIS Corporation where he grew revenue by 65% before being bought by Stargate Industries. Prior to that, he was a Business Partner with a start-up software company based in Massachusetts where he successfully grew the revenue base. George holds an M.B.A and a B.S. in Computer Science from Clarion University.
From September 20-23, my colleagues and I had the opportunity to travel to the annual Shared Services and Outsourcing Week (SSOW) event in Orlando, Florida to learn about the latest innovations and trends in shared services, outsourcing, and automation. It was the first in-person event that ActiveWorx attended in a year, so we enjoyed getting face-to-face with fellow financial solutions providers and hearing success stories from global organizations.
ActiveWorx's innovation and leadership in the business process automation space go back to the beginning when it started as a consulting company. For the past eight years, we have focused on the financial automation space because we saw a massive opportunity for all types of companies to improve their systems and processes. In that time, I have seen how incredibly valuable accounts payable automation really is for organizations of all sizes.