Nonprofit Efficiency and Electronic Payments

October 29, 2020  
Webinar Presented By Paymerang
2:00PM - 3:00PM
Electronic Payments Save Time and Money and Allow AP to Focus on Mission-Critical Tasks
Event Description

Accounts Payable is now busier than ever and AP leaders are eager to improve operation efficiency and effectiveness. Paying vendors electronically frees staff from the drudgery of manual check processing, allowing them to focus more of their time on higher-value activities such as data analysis and supplier management.  Join our informative webinar to learn how epayments make AP more efficient.

Learning Objectives:
1.     Discuss current AP pain points and headaches
2.     Uncover ways to make AP more efficient
3.     Understand how AP teams can reallocate time and resources

Matthew Kirkpatrick
VP of Business Development, Paymerang
Matthew Kirkpatrick is VP of Business Development for Paymerang, a FinTech Automation Company located in Richmond, VA. Matthew is married with four kids and loves to travel with wife Adrienne – Mexico and Florence are his two favorite destinations so far. In his spare time, he likes to golf and try foods from different cultures. As a former collegiate athlete and coach, Matthew enjoys the transferable skills from the world of athletics to business. He is passionate about Paymerang mainly because of two things – the company culture, which is diverse, inclusive and collaborative and the way he gets to help Nonprofits by making a positive difference.
Barbara Dauberman
Assistant Vice President of Finance and Controller, Randolph-Macon College
Barbara Dauberman, Assistant Vice President of Finance and Controller, has worked for Randolph-Macon College for 16 years. In her current role, she is responsible for the accounting functions including accounts payable, accounts receivable, general ledger and payroll. She is also responsible for audit, budget and compliance reports. Prior to her arrival at R-MC, she worked 8 years at Virginia United Methodist Homes, Inc., a non-profit organization operating six retirement communities in Virginia, overseeing the finance and accounting functions along with responsibility for audit and compliance matters. Her career began in public accounting at Mitchell, Wiggins & Company. Barbara earned a B.B.A. in Accounting and Management from James Madison University.
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