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nterprising, hard-working and technically skilled accounts payable specialist known for accuracy, attention to detail and timeliness in managing disbursement functions for diverse-industry employers. A/P career spans 17 years of experience in manufacturing, retail, higher education and other industries and has included accountability for the processing of up to 20,000 invoices ($1M) per month. Backed by solid credentials (BS in accounting) and proficiencies in generally accepted accounting practices as well as MS Office Suite, Great Plains software, QuickBooks, ERP/EDI systems and SAP.
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