Senior Analyst-Procure to Pay Processing

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Company Name:-
Accenture

Job Location:-
Bengaluru, Karnataka

Job Summary:-
Job Description
Skill required: Procure to Pay Processing – Invoice Processing Operations
Designation: Management Level – Senior Analyst
Job Location: Bengaluru
Qualifications: MCom/MCom
Years of Experience: 5-8 years
About Accenture Operations
In today’s business environment, growth isn’t just about building value-it’s fundamental to long-term business survival.

So how do organizations sustain themselves? The key is a new operating model-one that’s anchored around the customer and propelled by intelligence to deliver exceptional experiences across the enterprise at speed and at scale.

You will deliver breakthrough business outcomes for clients-by harnessing talent, data and intelligence to revolutionize their operating models.

Operations is one of four services that make up one Accenture -the others are Strategy and Consulting, Interactive and Technology.

Visit us at www.

accenture.

comWhat would you do?
You will be aligned with our Finance Operations vertical and will be helping us in determining financial outcomes by collecting operational data/reports, whilst conducting analysis and reconciling transactions.

The Procure to Pay Processing team helps clients and organizations by boosting vendor compliance, cutting savings erosion, improving discount capture using preferred suppliers, and in confirming pricing and terms prior to payment.

The team is responsible for accounting of goods and services, through requisitioning, purchasing and receiving.

They also look after order sequence of procurement and financial process end to end.

In Invoice Processing Operations you will ensure efficient and accurate processing of expense invoices / claims in adherence with client policy and procedures.

You will be working on audit claims

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