July 2017 — MSDynamicsWorld, the leading global independent authority covering the world of Microsoft Dynamics, has published a piece by Dooap Product Lead Anna Tujunen.
June 2017 — Our webcast in partnership with AXMentor covered how processing invoices can be fun within Microsoft Dynamics AX and 365.
June 2017 — Spend Matters, a global business content community, has published a guest post from Anna Tujunen
May 2017 — Dooap, leading developer of accounts payable software for Microsoft Dynamics 365 and AX solutions, today announced that its software application has been published on Microsoft’s AppSource marketplace.
March 2017 — Dooap has hired a new Director of Sales, Jarmo Häärä, to lead its partner program and build its user base.
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?
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.
December 2016 — Sanna Lahti, Dooap’s CFO and leading process consultant, visited the Exchange Summit 2016 event in Barcelona to update her views on e-invoicing.
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.
Webinar recording - Invoice Automation for Dynamics AX - Why the User Experience is important to Invoice Processing
November 2016 — We all know accounts payable can be a cumbersome, time-intensive process when done on paper or through ill-designed software. But it doesn’t have to be this way.