SUBMITTED BY Tom Fischer

Choosing the Right P2P Automation Partner: Your Questions Answered

In our eBook, The Buyer’s Guide to Choosing P2P Automation Technology, we walk readers through the process of selecting a Purchase-to-Pay...

SUBMITTED BY Jeff Haller

Outsourcing, Offshoring, or Other: Choosing the Best Fit for Your Organization

Outsourcing and offshoring are easily confused. The concepts are often used interchangeably, but in reality, they are very different business...

SUBMITTED BY Tom Fischer

A Look Back: Our Top 5 Blog Posts in 2018

As the end of the year approaches, we always like to take a minute to sit back and reflect on where we’ve been – and where we’re headed. 2018 was...

SUBMITTED BY Jamey Biegener

Moving Invoices Through the System ... Without Moving You to Tears

If you’ve never worked in the AP department, you may not be aware of just how much of that team’s average day is spent getting invoices to the...

SUBMITTED BY Amy Cameron

Why We Use a Five-Step QA Process (Hint, It's So You Don't Have To)

We’re big believers in technology, after all we are a software company. So yeah, technology is great. But technology alone does not solve...

SUBMITTED BY Julie Lintner

The Success of an Automated AP Solution Shouldn’t Cost A Company Its Vendor Relationships

If your success depends on everyone inside your organization doing the same thing, you have a training and compliance challenge. Not easy to meet,...

SUBMITTED BY Julie Lintner

The Value of Integrating Invoice Capture Services

One of the trends highlighted during the last two IOFM conferences is the demand for Intelligent Invoice Capture. And for good reason since the...

SUBMITTED BY Jeff Haller

3 Debates Over AP Best Practices Resolved (without Making Sacrifices)

NOTE: Jeff Haller will cover P2P best practices and getting the most from your investment at the IOFM Fall Conference on November 13 in Las Vegas.

SUBMITTED BY Jeff Haller

How to Only Pay for the P2P Automation You Really Need

In our experience, more than 20 years of it, we have seen that most companies experience a natural evolution in their P2P processing.