Dooap Product Lead Anna Tujunen featured on Spend Matters

June 2017 — Spend Matters, a global business content community, has published a guest post from Anna Tujunen

Spend Matters, a global business content community, published a guest post by our Product Lead, Anna Tujunen. Anna shares her thoughts on digital transformation and the future of accounts payable in a piece titled "Accounts Payable and Digital Transformation: The Next Frontier".

"Digital transformation, buzzword or not, is vital to the success of today’s business. In the immortal words of Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella, 'Every company is a software company'.

It’s no longer an option to incorporate technology into company organization but a necessity. There is no other option but to go digital or go down with the past."

Click here to read the full piece.

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