Daniel Ball

Business Development Director, Wax Digital 

daniel ball2016Daniel started his working life as an adman, producing copy and concepts for advertising agencies across the northwest of England after graduating in English from Reading University in 1992. Spotting the early potential of the computer as a means for marketing and communication, Daniel helped introduce the practice of digital marketing to clients such as Johnson & Johnson, Brother and Electronic Arts.

In 2001 Daniel cemented his move into software full-time, co-founding the on-demand spend management specialist Wax Digital. At a time when the internet was still very much in its infancy as a commercial tool, the company focused on using this new medium to help buyers and suppliers collaborate more effectively.

Wax Digital has since grown to become one of the leading spend management providers in Europe, streamlining purchasing processes for global organisations with the most intuitive, innovative and effective spend management solution available on the market today – web3.

 

Session Details

A P2P IMPLEMENTATION PLAYLIST: The Top 10 Critical Components for Successful P2P Delivery

Implementing a P2P solution should revolutionise spend management in an organisation, delivering compliance, savings and unparalleled insight all wrapped up in an intuitive package that employees love to use. But it can be an expensive, prolonged and sometimes frustrating journey to get there if the right building blocks aren’t in place from the outset.

In this open and honest session we’ll be looking at the good, the bad and the ugly of P2P implementation, offering our insight – illustrated with real-life examples – into the key success factors and the issues that can derail your project, so you can:

> Get a clear picture of what good – and bad – looks like
> Understand what steps you need to put in place before and during implementation to ensure success
> Give yourself the best possible chance of a great P2P experience

Join us for this session to learn from the triumphs and tribulations of those that have gone before you.

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