Goods receipt best practise and benchmark
Most organizations struggle with goods receipt. It is a challenge to link procurement and finance together. If you get it wrong you risk not having either spend nor cost being true. Telia Company has done a thorough analysis internally to understand what the problem really is, possible solutions and will share those insights.
- Is there a gap between best practice 3-way match and practice?
- Can one goods receipt solution fit all types of purchases and user groups?
- The goods receipt dilemma – who should be responsible for correct cost booking in the right period?
- Which solutions are needed to support the business to do it right?
Discuss the above topic with Ann-Louise during Theme Discussion sessions. Once you register to join you will get a link via which you choose four discussions during the day. Seats come at a first come first served basis.
EBG | Network are happy to welcome Telia Company to Source 2 Pay Summit 2017. Two experienced specialists will join us, above in the image Ann-Louise Hallding, process specialist P2P and Karin Uller, procurement shared services manager. They invite you to join two discussions based on their specialist experience. Some may have attended the recent Online Benchmark session EBG held focusing on goods receipt, Ann-Louise will invite you to learn more about the study and decisions they have made in the area. Karin invite you to discuss the do’s and dont’s in outsourcing – EBG look forward to it!
Ann-Louise have experiences from organizations such as Henkel Sweden, TNT Sweden and Niscayah. She has also worked at Stretch working with change management in strategic procurement and indirect purchasing processes.
About Telia Company
Below from the Telia Company website
Key facts and figures
Founded in 1853
The share is listed at Nasdaq Stockholm and Nasdaq Helsinki
Approximately 515,000 shareholders
As of year-end 2015 for continuing operations
Net sales SEK 86,569 million
EBITDA* SEK 25,281 million
CAPEX SEK 14,285 million
Earnings per share SEK 1.97
27 million subscriptions
*excluding non-recurring items