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 ahead.
January 2019 — As we ring in the new year, it’s time to take stock of 2018 and even more importantly, look ahead to what we can expect this year. In some ways, AP professionals will be more in the driver’s seat as they look for solutions that increase usability and deliver a higher level of automation. At the same time, technology providers will deliver solutions that offer more advanced capabilities to meet growing user demands.
October 2017 — Manual invoice processing is no doubt one of the leading pain points in accounts payable. AP professionals are eager to implement automation solutions that can cut down on tedious data entry and time spent on menial invoicing tasks.
March 2019 — Organizations of all types and sizes are turning to technology to automate financial management and other information-intensive work. Today we are able to automate tasks that we couldn’t even imagine doing just a decade ago. And, while finance departments have often been one of the last to automate, lately they have been making strides in this area, adopting new technologies such as robotic process automation (RPA) and artificial intelligence (AI).
February 2019 — Here’s a tip to help you increase efficiencies, save money and gain control over your liabilities and payments in the new year: automate. And if you’ve already automated some of your invoicing processes, then automate some more.
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.
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.