June 2016 — We all know accounts payable can be a cumbersome, time-intensive process when done on paper or through ill-designed software, not to mention prone to human error, lost invoices, delayed actions, and ultimately late payments resulting in more expenses for the company.
November 2016 — In today’s highly competitive and increasingly digital market, there is more pressure than ever for finance executives to better manage working capital and corporate spending. One tremendous way to do this is by eliminating a paper-based accounts payable process and replace it with electronic invoicing and automation.
December 2016 — Discussion about cloud services almost invariably tends to float into the IT realm. The argumentation revolves around data security, scalability and other technical aspects. In other words, all the wrong things. The point is totally elsewhere – a revolution in business and people.
July 2017 — The makeup of the workforce is changing. Software advances, developments in robotics, AI and machine learning are bringing a new age of automation, one in which machines will be able to outperform humans in various work tasks. According to McKinsey Global institute’s 2017 report on the future of automation, nearly half of the activities that people are paid to do in the global economy can be automated by adapting currently demonstrated technology.
March 2017 — As consumers, we’ve all experienced the joy of browser-based, easy-to-use and beautiful applications made with user interface expertise at the core. At work, however, we’re still grappling with slowly developed, awkward and downright ugly business software. Why?