Healthcare reforms have prompted hospitals across the country to improve cost efficiencies wherever they can. In response, the accounts payable department of Southern Louisiana’s Ochsner Health System discovered a solution that helped improve cash management while reducing costs.
Today’s increasingly competitive global economy requires businesses to make decisions faster than ever. Businesses need instant insight into the status of their people and processes. But manual, paper-based processes undermine decision-making. Paper makes it difficult for businesses to make smart decisions about their operations and their working capital. Manual processes also are costly and inefficient, create headaches for front-line staff, introduce compliance and security risks, and stymie collaboration with trading partners.
During the past 10 years, organizations have adopted accounts payable (AP) automation technologies at an accelerating pace. Document imaging, data capture, and other solutions are radically transforming the way AP departments work with their traditionally most common medium, paper. At the same time, the promise of electronic transactions is quickly becoming more of a reality, with growth year after year in the number of transactions sent and received electronically.
Accounts payable has been talking about end-to-end integrated automation for at least 40 years. Today, the technology exists, but resources are limited and end-to-end AP automation is still not standard. Some AP departments have automated pieces of the AP process, but an end-to-end solution should include the ability to capture, integrate, measure, process, store, and access information.
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How many paper invoices do you receive every year? How many invoices come attached to emails as PDFs? What if every invoice you received came directly into your accounts payable application with all the information you need to process it. Sounds like a dream, but we can help you make it a reality. Watch this video to learn more!
With AP becoming a strategic hub, it's critical that companies focus on the payment portion of the AP processes to illuminate what is now a critical component of total enterprise success. The report focuses on the state of AP and how AP teams leverage ePayables solutions to improve business results.
As executive teams look toward an IPO, there are high expectations for accuracy in financial reporting. In order to meet these requirements, companies need to extend their ERP systems to ensure real-time visibility and control over all the company's spend. This paper looks at the issues and possible solutions.
Manual work in accounts payable is a large source of costs that can be cut relatively quickly through automation. With AP automation it's possible to reduce the cost of processing a single invoice by as much as $10. Learn how you unlock the strategic value of accounts payable with the Coupa AP Automation Success Kit. Discover how to transform your AP invoicing processes to realize significant savings that directly impact the bottom line while improving governance and compliance.
The average organization receives 1,200 invoices every month according to the Institute of Finance & Management. What’s more, between 70 percent and 80 percent of all invoices in the United States are still paper-based. That’s a lot of information to keep track of – and a lot of paper to shuffle around. It’s no surprise, then, that 80 percent of businesses would love to streamline their accounts payable processes. But what stops them from doing so isn’t an overly complex, impossible-to understand process – it’s confusion about the unknown, and fear that automating AP will be time-consuming, difficult, and expensive.
This report was developed to provide you with real, simple steps you can take to digitize and streamline your invoice processing. As you do so you’ll recognize significant benefits, including happier employees and a healthier bottom line.
The team at Generation Tux is all about improving internal experiences to increase efficiency and improve operations. As a one-man finance team, they needed all the help he could get to automate and streamline financial processes. When he joined Generation Tux as the Controller, he found a disastrous Accounts Payable (AP) process in place. Found out how he turned it around.
In today’s world of constant technological advances, automation has become the norm in most areas of business. To stay ahead of the competition and drive growth more quickly, savvy businesses are using automation as a way to stand out. Herein lies the concept that automation is not only a priority but also a strategic advantage to your business. Find out why leading finance executives are making accounts payable automation a priority.
The benefits of invoice-to-pay automation go beyond the obvious cost savings and efficiency improvements. It is critical that when you build your business case you tie in the cost savings as well as the efficiency improvements. If management can see the clear cost-savings, they are more likely to greenlight your proposal to automate your invoice-to-pay process.
Cutting-edge companies are recognizing the opportunity to integrate technologies into their GL (accounting system) to optimize individual processes such as accounts payable and payroll. Learn more about how AP automation together with your ERP would add value to your accounting operations.
Every year, businesses of all shapes and sizes conduct budget planning. For most organizations, this kind of budgeting is a standard occurrence. Yet companies managing their accounts payable process without an automated process will hesitate to add this expenditure without understanding the true impact. In this paper we walk-through your budget planning with a focus on how automation could really change your balance sheet.