July 25, 2019
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Major Bottoms Jr.
Senior Vice President of Sales, Corcentric
Major Bottoms Jr. is a Research Consultant for Levvel Research based in Charlotte, NC. He plays a key role in the analysis and presentation of data for Levvel’s research reports, webinars, and consulting engagements. Major’s expertise lies in the Procure-to-Pay, Source-to-Settle, and travel and expense management processes and software, as well as technologies and strategies across DevOps, digital payments, design systems, and application development. Prior to joining Levvel, Major held various roles in the mortgage finance field at Bank of America and Wells Fargo. Major graduated with a degree in Finance from the Robert H. Smith School of Business at the University of Maryland.
Daniel Andrew, Senior Vice President of Sales for Corcentric, has over three decades of experience in the area where finance and technology merge. He works with some of the country’s biggest companies to configure innovative payables solutions that can deliver ROI in the first year. As President and COO of InfoAccess.net, a provider of cloud-based e-invoicing services which was acquired by Corcentric in 2016, Daniel oversaw the growth of the company to serve more than 16,000 customers in more than 50 countries. Prior to his tenure at InfoAccess.net, Daniel held the position of Senior Manager, e-Commerce and Financial Systems at The Kroger Co., where he managed all financial systems and developed procure-to-pay matching, EDI, EFT, and business reengineering.
2020 has been an eventful year for Travel & Expense Management (TEM). Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, travel has declined significantly, which made it seem like TEM automation would take a back seat to more urgent priorities.
Although COVID-19 will eventually reach a resolution, the agility that investment in technology empowers will endure. And a key tech investment organizations can make is adding software to their back-office processes.
This guide explores the potential ROI of automating core Procure-to-Pay processes and enabling a remote workforce for the new business environment.
This report explores the varying degrees of automation and improvement that are possible with procurement technology, presents observations on the state of the market, and offers a buyer’s guide to decision-makers who are considering a solution.