David Miller (AvidXchange)

Charlotte
Packard Place - 222 S Church St Charlotte, 28202
Jan. 13, 2015, 6 p.m.

About this event

David Miller is a North Carolina native, his first computer was an Apple II+ which he used to learn programming (in BASIC and machine language) and then went on to attend the University of Chicago before joining Merrill Lynch. When Netscape went public in 1995, David realized he was in the wrong business and returned to his programming roots, launching his first internet startup, E|Calendar, in New York's Silicon Alley. David went on to co-found AvidXchange in 2000, where he was President and managed all aspects of the company's products and strategy before leaving day-to-day management in early 2011. Currently, David maintains his Board role at AvidXchange, is a mentor, coach, and advisor to early-and growth-stage software companies, and writes the Software Startup Guy blog.

AvidXchange revolutionizes the way companies pay their bills by automating invoice and bill payment processes. We are automation experts and have been automating companies’ bill payment processes for more than 10 years to reduce costs, improve productivity, and eliminate paper from their accounts payable and bill payment processes.

AvidXchange provides accounts payable and payment solutions that streamline invoice capture, intelligently route approvals, and automate payments, which reduce costs, improve productivity, and eliminate 100% of paper invoices and checks from your processes.

As the first SaaS technology vendor to automate invoice processing, AvidXchange works with vendors to electronically send and receive invoices and has standard integration to more than 45 accounting systems.

Their specialized analytics, Energy and Telecom services provide increased visibility into hidden costs to reduce operating expenses. Headquartered in Charlotte North Carolina AvidXchange is privately held with over 200 employees nationwide.

 

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David Miller (AvidXchange)

David Miller

AvidXchange

David Miller is a North Carolina native, his first computer was an Apple II+ which he used to learn programming (in BASIC and machine language) and then went on to attend the University of Chicago before joining Merrill Lynch. When Netscape went public in 1995, David realized he was in the wrong business and returned to his programming roots, launching his first internet startup, E|Calendar.

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When

Jan. 13, 2015
6 p.m. - 9 p.m.

Where

Packard Place
222 S Church St
28202 Charlotte

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