Accenture Off Campus Drive 2021 | Freshers | Procure to Pay Processing

New Associate-Procure to Pay Processing

 

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.

The Accounts Payable Processing team focuses on designing, implementing, managing and supporting accounts payable activities by applying the relevant processes, policies and applications. The team is responsible for timely and accurate billing and processing of invoices, managing purchase and non-purchase orders and two-way and three-way matching of invoices.

What are we looking for?
We are looking for individuals who have the following skillset:
Vendor Management
Problem-solving skills

Roles and Responsibilities
In this role, you are required to solve routine problems, largely through precedent and referral to general guidelines
Your primary interaction is within your team and your direct supervisor
You will be given detailed instructions on all tasks that need to be carried out, and the decisions that you make will impact your work
You will need to be well versed with basic statistics and terms involved in the day to day business and use it while discussing with stakeholders
You will be working closely with project members to effectively deliver on the requirements
You will be an individual contributor as a part of a team with a predetermined focused scope of work.

Location: Chennai

 

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