Atradius standardizes the invoice processing process in more than 30 different countries. Each country has its own AP department, and, in many countries, invoices were still delivered on paper. Having started in the Netherlands and Germany, the credit insurer is using a phased approach to roll-out Basware Invoice worldwide. Training and good preparation are the key to a successful go-live in any country.
Marcel Verharen and Peter Derksen share their experiences and talk about how Atradius and ICreative have teamed up in this complex digitization project.About Atradius
Atradius is a global provider of credit insurance, surety and collection services, with a strategic presence in over 50 countries. The credit insurance, bond and collection products offered by Atradius protect companies around the world against the default risks associated with selling goods and services on credit. Atradius is a member of Grupo Catalana Occidente (GCO.MC), one of the largest insurers in Spain and one of the largest credit insurers in the world. You can find more information online at https://group.atradius.com.
Marcel Verharen works as Oracle Financials Lead for Group Finance Operations of Atradius. The last three years he worked on the global roll-out of an AP Automation solution including the Basware implementation. Before joining Atradius, he gained more than 15 years of experience at Meritor, an auto parts manufacturer where he held various positions there including Business Process Analyst Quote To Cash and Finance.
As an account manager at ICreative, Peter Derksen has more than a decade of experience of supporting purchase-to-pay automation projects. He is focused on building long-term relationships with customers who are active in all kinds of sectors, ranging from wholesalers and B2B service providers to government bodies. This cross-sectoral experience comes in extremely useful when helping customers to digitally transform their invoice-handling processes.
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