Smarter Working for Construction Commercial & Finance Teams

Discover simple technology to streamline your valuations and subcontractor payment process

For many contractors, the application for payment / payment claim process can be time-consuming and administratively cumbersome.

If this resonates then you can discover how easy it is to streamline your projects while building lasting supply chain relationships with Payapps’ breakfast seminar.

Payapps are bringing together finance and commercial roles from general contractors, fit-out firms, MEP and other construction specialists to:

• Review the latest results from the Payapps QS Research Survey uncovering common challenges associated with the traditional method of managing applications for payment / payment claims.

• Discover how to quickly and easily introduce technology for a more efficient valuation and payment process, minimising project disputes and delays while improving supply chain collaboration.

• Hear real-life examples of time-savings made possible through standardising and automating the application for payment / payment claims process - no more hunting for emails, correcting spreadsheets or chasing subcontractors.

• Learn how technology can improve visibility and predictability of cashflow and subcontractor payments - what's been applied for / claimed, what's certified, what's already been paid.

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What to Expect

  • Complimentary breakfast - with plenty of tea and coffee!
  • Networking with commercial & financial construction professionals
  • Welcome & brief update from CEF 
  • Comparison of Payapps with traditional methods of managing applications for payment, including software demonstration
  • Customer Q&A & networking - Chance to pose your questions to those already using Payapps, for example, Irwin M&E

To book a place on this event, please           REGISTER HERE

 

When
24/04/2024 08:30 - 11:00
GMT Daylight Time
Where
CEF Offices 143 Malone Road Belfast BT9 6SX
 

CEF's Patrons

 

Northern Ireland Electricity Networks PKF-FPM ABL Group Mills Selig