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The Institute of Financial Operations is a non-profit, membership-based professional association serving the entire financial operations ecosystem, with a particular focus on the accounts payable discipline and the related fields of information management and data capture. The Institute grew out of the merger of four associations: International Accounts Payable Professionals (IAPP), International Accounts Receivable Professionals (IARP), the National Association of Purchasing and Payables (NAPP), and The Association for Work Process Improvement (TAWPI).
Based in Orlando, Fla., with affiliates in the U.S., Canada, and the UK, The Institute serves as a global voice, chief advocate, recognized authority, acknowledged leader, and principal educator for people in financial operations. The Institute has a community of nearly 70,000, which includes 9,000 members and customers, and an additional 61,000 financial operations professionals.
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Western Canada Local Chapter Meeting
Date: Tuesday, May 29, 2018
This is an online meeting on Skype for Business, the professional meetings and communications app formerly known as Lync.
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Assessing the Value of your Accounts Payable Shared Services Department
Thursday, June 21, 2018; 2 to 3 p.m. EDT
In today's business environment, we are all being challenged to do more with fewer resources. Many leading organizations have moved to a shared services model in accounts payable, allowing their organization to benefit from consistent processes and scalability. However, how do you know if your Accounts Payable Shared Services Department is realizing the value it should?
Georgia Local Chapter Meeting
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