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EInvoicing & Automation

Invoice Automation – It’s a Tool not an Answer….

Guest article by Marie Simpson, AP Project Manager, Dairy Crest

Let’s be honest about this and have a look at the bigger picture

Having implemented invoice automation systems, along with ERP systems, there is absolutely no doubt that there is time saving in Invoice Automation (IA) versus processing manually.invoice automation3 However – do not believe all the spiel that this is going to be the saviour of the business and that you can reduce your AP team drastically. At least not before you have processes and policies embedded!

P2P (Purchase to Pay) technology – the push for process perfection

Contributed article by Rachel Griffiths, Business Process Consultant at Canon UK

In Europe’s challenging and competitive markets, it’s essential for businesses to investigate how they can boost cost effectiveness, process efficiency and improve stakeholder relationships. Whatever the current climate, it’s hugely beneficial to a company’s balance sheet to be efficient, responsive and lean.

Survey Results Revealed - Collaboration, Payment Terms, E-Invoicing, Brexit

Despite a period of relative stability over the last year, very low levels of economic growth, combined with concerns relating to a possible (and now confirmed) Brexit as well as the destabilising events across Europe, have meant that the background for most organisations has remained challenging. So during the first three months of this year we took an in-depth look at how this was affecting the UK’s purchase to pay departments, the challenges they faced and their strategies for the future.

E-Invoicing - Some organisations just don't get it

Some organisations get it. They fully recognise the potential e-invoicing has to transform their business. Others, quite simply, don’t. Those in the second camp see e-invoicing only as a potentially faster way of paying suppliers, but with added implementation and process change costs, and anyway they're quite happy the way things are – so push it to one side.