SnapAP is celebrating the first anniversary of its June 2019 launch with a CEO Update Newsletter so that friends, stakeholders, vendors and customers can follow our progress in continuing the development of SnapAP Procure to Pay as a business transformation solution.
Image source Propel. SnapAP Awarded Funding Through Participation in Propel's [...]
Snap Accounts Payable Corporation is a dynamic New Brunswick-based [...]
SnapAP is rockn' the start of 2020. Our first month of the new year and new decade and SnapAP's CEO and cofounder is featured in an Atlantic Business Magazine. The article both profiles the company's remarkable origins and focuses on the future as a global software marketer to major enterprise companies wanting to enhance the efficiency levels of their procurement and accounts payable processes.
The team at SnapAP want to encourage you to practice social distancing and implement ways to work from home(WFH). To encourage social distancing and best practices in leveraging the advantages of working from home (WFH), SnapAP is temporarily offering free use of our digital business processing platform. Check out if your company can benefit from managing internal Procurement plus Accounts Payable Processing activities conducted remotely.
The team at SnapAP appreciates the recent business profile from New Brunswick-based Huddle.Today. As Huddle's inspirational publishing motto says so accurately, "Business is Good." Business is extremely good for SnapAP Procure to Pay platform as the company sells to the World's largest enterprise players who are looking for more efficient digital business processes in financial management. There is a lot more to know about SnapAP.
Sionne Roberts, Vice-President of Sales and Marketing for SnapAP speaks with Entrevestor about what its like riding a startup rocketship, and the challenges of selling to the World's largest companies from Greater Moncton, New Brunswick.
Canadian Dealer News Innovation Awards Ceremony, Sept 24, in Toronto, [...]
It takes a systematic approach to Accounts Payable to avoid [...]
A recent study concludes that nearly 70% of businesses still [...]