May 2019 — The strategic value that Accounts Payable can bring to an organization is no longer questioned as it was for decades in the past. In fact, in a recent survey of 118 AP and Finance professionals in the Microsoft Dynamics ecosystem conducted by Dooap, AP leaders were asked ‘how valuable their AP team was to the greater organization?’
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.
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.
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.
June 2018 — A couple of years ago, after being a long-time user of Nokia and Windows phones, I decided to switch to an iPhone. I felt very uncomfortable about the transition. Even though I knew bits and pieces about the Apple world I was about to embark on, I stared at my new smartphone in horror.
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.
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.
August 2018 — When we think about the financial management industry, change isn’t something that typically comes to mind. Instead we think of it as an industry where plans are considered very carefully, well-tested procedures are cherished – sometimes for too long – and change often comes reluctantly and slowly.