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Pilgrim Talks: Ron Viggiano and Ray Parsons

December 1st, 2010

Austin Taylor

Ron Viggiano, President

Austin Taylor is a fine men's clothing store that specialized in custom wardrobe design. They work together with customers to design a wardrobe that fits their business culture and communicates the image they want to reflect.

Austin Taylor's mission is to design and provide custom wardrobes for men n a unique, one on one consultative approach. Austin Taylor focuses on the client's business and causal lifestyle to formulate a complete wardrobe plan which will ensure that they are best dressed for every occasion.

Ron Viggiano works with business leaders across Southern California. Because of his close relationships with business people, he often has his thumb on the pulse of the movement, moods, and beliefs of business leaders.

To learn more about the Austin Taylor, go to austintaylor.net


Ray Parsons, Founder and CEO

Ray Parsons is responsible for leading Transcepta's company strategy. He has led technology organizations for over 20 years including successfully building and selling a software company (Unisolve) to Microsoft. After selling Unisolve in 2001, Ray became the General Manager for Microsoft's worldwide Supply Chain Management initiative. Ray also served as the General Manager for the Microsoft Business Network, a research effort targeted at identifying ways that companies could simplify their electronic document exchange. Studies have shown that even the most automated Accounts Payable departments do not achieve maximum productivity if they are processing paper.

Imagine a hypothetical corporation, Johnson Company, which uses a scanning and OCR solution to process supplier invoices that are sent and received exclusively in paper. Johnson Company has invested in a leading A/P Automation system that automates routing, workflow, and approvals. Johnson Company will have better productivity than other firms in its industry because of its A/P automation investment.  However, if Johnson Company converts enough of its suppliers so that 50% of the invoices are sent and received electronically, Johnson Company's Accounts Payable department will increase productivity by nearly three times.

The key learning? Paper is the root of lower productivity! Companies must convert suppliers to send invoices electronically if they want to be productive. Learn how Transcepta helps you do it.

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