Webinar: Automating Accounts Payable – A Guide to Getting Started

Webinar: Automating Accounts Payable – A Guide to Getting Started

February 2018 — Dooap Inc.Accounts Payable automation for Microsoft Dynamics 365 and AX2012 is different than other environments.

2018 Predictions for Accounts Payable

2018 Predictions for Accounts Payable

January 2018 — The world of accounts payable is built on thinking in terms of processes. However, the beginning of a new year offers up a rare opportunity to look at things from a different perspective. It’s a collective moment of breath to reflect on what works, what doesn’t and what’s new for the road...

The Real Benefits of Robotic Process Automation

The Real Benefits of Robotic Process Automation

November 2017 — Over the last couple of years, RPA (Robotic Process Automation) has gained increasing attention in the business world. Companies offering financial management software and consulting are focusing on RPA’s capabilities and how it can make business processes more efficient. Surrounded by these...

Notes from Nashville

Notes from Nashville

November 2017 — The D365UG/AXUG event organized by Dynamics Communities took place in Nashville in mid-October.

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New Year’s Resolution: Eliminate Barriers to Automation

New Year’s Resolution: Eliminate Barriers to Automation

January 2019 — At the beginning of the year many finance professionals are faced with the pressures of year-end closing as well as the need to prepare financial statements. But, the new year also presents an opportunity to improve financial operations in order to gain greater efficiencies, accuracy and cost savings.

Tips and Tricks for Accounts Payable – Part 2

Tips and Tricks for Accounts Payable – Part 2

February 2018 — Are You Wasting Your Colleagues’ Time with Financial Management Tasks?

How to Take the Pain Out of the Accounts Payable Process

How to Take the Pain Out of the Accounts Payable Process

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.