As an AP professional, you’ve got tons of responsibilities! Your accounts payable processes include everything from setting up invoices to producing reports and maintaining files. While you’re phenomenal at keeping all of those plates spinning, it’s inevitable that one of them will fall at some point. You’re human, after all, right? It’s okay. You can recover, even if that means taking a...
Looking for ways for your organization to increase productivity and trim budgets? You’ve come to the right place.
DocuPhase’s “Business Process Automation” blog will provide valuable insight into how your company can benefit from implementing document management and workflow automation into existing processes.
Process automation has provided significant cost savings to thousands of companies worldwide. It’s a fact. Still, a recent study shows that only about 9% of AP professionals would classify their operations as highly automated. What about your company? When you hear other people discuss process automation, do you wonder how your organization’s processes could ever change? When I speak with...
In 2017, more companies than ever will be making strides to create a paperless workplace. This is a worthwhile pursuit for many reasons, including environmental awareness. However, there are other things to be considered when selecting document management software, including your bottom line, your employees’ morale and comfort, and the security of the documents being stored.
As a member of the GPUG community, I have noticed that many people have been asking about Dynamic Communities largest event of the year, Summit. Summit is a great learning experience for users, partners, and ISVs. It’s an opportunity for everyone to get in the same area and learn from one another, while bringing back valuable information to your own organizations.
One of the most common ways that companies get bogged down by their own weight is through poor accounting and financial management. In a survey conducted by Business-Software.com in May of 2013, nearly 200 finance executives in the U.S. were asked a series of questions to better understand the current state of finance departments around the country.