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Maximizing NetSuite with a Spend Management Platform

Join Erlyn Ordoñez, a certified NetSuite ERP Consultant and Administrator, to learn how NetSuite users can leverage the Airbase spend management platform to automate AP accounting, manage and control business spend, and enable real-time visibility and reporting of expenses to help teams make faster data-driven decisions.

March 26, 10:00 PT

About this webinar.

Accurate data is critical for any business; however, many companies cannot wait until the month-end close to generate reports for making important business decisions. Lack of real-time data visibility and control may also hinder a business from timely prevention and detection of unauthorized expenses.

Join Erlyn Ordoñez, a certified NetSuite ERP Consultant and Administrator, to learn how NetSuite users can leverage the Airbase spend management platform to automate AP accounting, manage and control business spend, and enable real-time visibility and reporting of expenses to help teams make faster data-driven decisions.


What you'll get

Capture supporting documents and receipts for review and audits
Automate transaction coding and GL posting
View real-time spend reports for employees, managers, and the finance team

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About the speakers.

Erlyn Ordoñez

Manager of Professional Services & Support
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Erlyn graduated from De La Salle University - Manila as an Honorable Mention with a degree in BS Accountancy. She is a Certified Public Accountant (CPA), a Certified Internal Auditor (CIA), a Certified NetSuite ERP Consultant, a Certified NetSuite Administrator, and a Certified NetSuite Financial User.

Laura Grandi-Hill

Event Marketing Manager
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Airbase

A Bay Area native, Laura has over ten years of experience running marketing campaigns, corporate events, webinars, trade shows, and creating playbooks for all things lead gen. In her spare time, she likes to improve her culinary skills, read sci-fi, and work to bring arts programs to California schools.

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