How Much Does It Really Cost To Process An Invoice?

Accounts Payable Automation

Many small companies today are still pushing paper invoices through for payment and wasting resources in the process. When I first started researching the accounts payable cost to process an invoice, I was flabbergasted to find out that an average company spends $16.00 to $37.00 pushing one invoice through their paper system. How can that…

Beanworks at the CPA National “The One” Conference

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The Bean team is on the road again, this time for the Chartered Professional Accountants Canada National conference titled “The One“. With esteemed speakers like Dean McCann, CFO of Canadian Tire, Chrisopher Ragan of McGill and many others, this conference promises not only a rich opportunity for professional development, but the chance to network among…

Accounts Payable Automation Pays Big Dividends

Accounts Payable Automation

When it comes to shrinkage, finance executives typically cringe. The term represents a leak in the financial ship, so to speak. As unpaid goods vanish from store shelves or racks, profits shrink.  But, consider a new definition, one where finance department headcount shrinks while productivity rises and the word no longer rubs company controllers the…

CloudTalk Radio – Interview with Beanworks CEO

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Beanworks CEO, Catherine Dahl, is featured on CloudTalk radio’s Getting Loud in the Cloud morning radio show. A weekly one-hour talk show in which co-hosts Robert J. Chandler and Scott West invite business listeners to join them in “Getting Loud in the Cloud.” Robert and Scott are experts on all things Cloud — which simply…

Beanworks takes on BlackBox Connect Spring 2014

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This month Communitech connected with us regarding a great program called BlackBox Connect, a two week accelerator program sponsored by Google. 16 startups from 16 countries around the world were selected to attend and of them Communitech nominated Beanworks was the sole Canadian company selected for the Spring 2014 program. Beanworks CEO, Catherine Dahl, had…

The Napkin Pitch and Other Lessons from my Two Weeks in the Valley

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GUEST COLUMN – Globe and Mail Report on Business: By CATHERINE DAHL I arrived in Palo Alto from Vancouver for a two-week startup program called Blackbox Connect. The aim of program, founded by angel investor Fadi Bishara and sponsored by Google for Entrepreneurs, is to bring global (non-U.S.) startups to Silicon Valley, infuse Valley culture…

REUSE, REBOOT: Sometimes a company just doesn’t work in its first iteration, but that doesn’t mean it’s not worth salvaging

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Financial Post Magazine FP Entrepreneur| Innovators | by Armina Ligaya Catherine Dahl realized fairly soon after her Vancouver-based startup launched its online, automated e-payables software in 2010 that it might not be able to bear fruit. Dahl, chief operating officer of what was then Bean Services Inc., said the program worked for existing customers in…

Beanworks CEO Arrives at Silicon Valley’s BlackBox Connect

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VANCOUVER, Canada – March 18, 2014 Beanworks Solutions is honored to have been selected for Google-sponsored, Blackbox Connect, a two-week accelerator program in Silicon Valley that starts this week. Sixteen companies from around the world were nominated by Google for Entrepreneurs partners to collaborate together while taking part in an intense agenda of workshops and…