Accounts Payable Takes Center Stage in Cash-constrained Economy

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Cash is king in today’s difficult economic circumstances. Chief financial officers (CFOs) and other finance executives are under severe pressure to ensure their cash management practices are top notch—and are placing renewed focus on accounts payable (A/P). Find out more.

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