CEO of InterplX to speak on panel at IFO Canadian Symposium

CEO of InterplX to speak on panel at IFO Canadian Symposium

InterplX CEO, Chuck Buckner, has been invited to participate in a panel of speakers for the Canadian Financial Operations Symposium on the topic of best practices in travel and expense management. The Symposium is a first-of-its-kind event that is focused on visionary concepts and proven best practices in critical financial operations disciplines like A/P, A/R, payments and P2P.

InterplX Expense Management has conducted multiple studies with the Institute of Financial Operations (IAPP, IARP, NAPP, TAWPI); the latest study conducted provides insight into the market and trends in best practices for T&E and P-Card expense management.

“I am excited to have the opportunity to share my thoughts on the topic and discuss the different views with the other thought leaders in the industry who will also be on the panel. We feel we are in a unique position to speak on the topic as we have sponsored several studies through the Institute of Financial Operations and regularly garner feedback from our customers and partners. This is an ever evolving market and we do everything we can to stay ahead of the curve.” – Chuck Buckner

The Symposium delivers a forum conducive for sharing actionable and proven strategies for improving efficiency and effectiveness, especially within Canadian organizations.

Attendees can expect to see case study presentations, interactive panel discussions, keynote speeches from industry-leaders, peer-to-peer networking and vendor product presentations, to help them gain insight into the latest technologies, processes and tools for financial operations in Canada.

Join us Monday, September 12th, 2011 at 2:00pm to hear the panel of speakers discuss the best practices for travel and expense management.

To learn more about the details of the event, please visit The Institute of Financial Operations.

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