5 episodes

Introducing Esker On Air — a podcast dedicated to breaking through the noise of digital transformation and getting to know Esker on a deeper level through insightful conversations with the experts that work here. From artificial intelligence, to customer experience, to corporate culture, host Scott Leahy delves into any and all topics related to digitally transforming business processes and creating highly efficient organizations in an increasingly data-driven world.

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Introducing Esker On Air — a podcast dedicated to breaking through the noise of digital transformation and getting to know Esker on a deeper level through insightful conversations with the experts that work here. From artificial intelligence, to customer experience, to corporate culture, host Scott Leahy delves into any and all topics related to digitally transforming business processes and creating highly efficient organizations in an increasingly data-driven world.

    Episode 5: Order Management Automation: What It Is, What It’s Not & Why You Need It Now with Nick Carpenter & Chaz Narwicz

    Episode 5: Order Management Automation: What It Is, What It’s Not & Why You Need It Now with Nick Carpenter & Chaz Narwicz

    As individual consumers, order management issues are at best a major annoyance. At worst, they’re a reason to swear off purchasing products from a particular company again in the future. But in the B2B realm, issues caused by outdated manual ordering processes can be detrimental not only to a company’s overall customer experience, but also to their profits, staff engagement and process visibility.

    In Episode 5 of Esker On Air, host Scott Leahy chats with Nick Carpenter and Chaz Narwicz — Esker’s experts on what it looks like when B2B companies get order management right, and the pains associated with getting it wrong. Discover the how order management automation can help businesses create a better customer experience, gain process visibility and emerge from unprecedented business disruption even stronger and more efficient than before.

    • 16 min
    Episode 4: Providing a Standout Customer Experience with Esker Customer Advocates Jairus Harper, Becky Mender & Sara Hanson

    Episode 4: Providing a Standout Customer Experience with Esker Customer Advocates Jairus Harper, Becky Mender & Sara Hanson

    There’s no arguing the growing value of providing customers with an enjoyable, personalized experience. In fact, a recent Walker study found that by the end of 2020, customer experience (CX) will overtake price and product as the key brand differentiator. With such emphasis and value being placed on creating a superior customer experience, businesses that prioritize CX and innovate the customer journey will be able to cultivate stronger brand loyalty than companies that don’t.

    In Episode 4 of Esker On Air, host Scott Leahy chats with fellow Esker Customer Advocates Jairus Harper, Becky Mender and Sara Hanson for a panel discussion on all things CX — from Esker’s core CX values to how we provide our customers with the best possible experience to cultivate strong, long-lasting relationships.

    • 20 min
    Episode 3: The New AP Department with Dan Reeve, Director of Sales & Business Development

    Episode 3: The New AP Department with Dan Reeve, Director of Sales & Business Development

    In the wake of the unprecedented economic disruption businesses have been grappling with across the globe, there’s one thing that organizations now know for certain — there’s simply no returning to “business as usual”. However, that might just be the silver lining for businesses and AP departments moving forward. With workplace flexibility and business continuity becoming a top priority, automation has shifted from being “nice to have” to an operational necessity, prompting companies to overhaul their manual, paper-heavy AP processes.

    In Episode 3 of Esker On Air, host Scott Leahy chats with Director of Sales and Business Development Dan Reeve about what the “new normal” will look like for AP as global economies continue to reopen and businesses resume operations. They also talk strategy for automating AP processes to advance operational efficiency and gain an even sharper competitive edge.

    • 15 min
    Episode 2: Managing AR Processes During Times of Disruption with Joe Anderson, Customer Experience Advocate

    Episode 2: Managing AR Processes During Times of Disruption with Joe Anderson, Customer Experience Advocate

    Organizations never get a heads up before a time of unprecedented business disruption. And when the ability to collect cash is hindered, emerging from a period of disruption with a strong bottom line is nearly impossible. So, how can businesses continue to collect cash during times like these? And how can business leaders better prepare their organizations for future times of uncertainty? We’re here to help answer those questions!

    In Episode 2 of Esker On Air, host Scott Leahy chats with Customer Experience Advocate Joe Anderson about strategies for effectively managing accounts receivable (AR) processes during difficult times and the importance of equipping your AR teams with flexible solutions that promote business continuity.

    • 8 min
    Episode 1: Digital Transformation Explained with Steve Smith, COO at Esker U.S.

    Episode 1: Digital Transformation Explained with Steve Smith, COO at Esker U.S.

    On our debut episode of Esker On Air, host Scott Leahy talks with Esker U.S. COO Steve Smith about the driving force behind what we do here at Esker — digital transformation. Esker helps businesses digitally transform their core processes by using Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Robotic Process Automation (RPA) to automate the manual, time-consuming tasks that waste valuable time and money.

    Scott and Steve discuss what digital transformation is and what it entails, why it’s important for businesses to digitize processes today, and why now more than ever digital transformation is a necessity for businesses to stay competitive and bolster bottom lines.

    • 11 min

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