SUBMITTED BY Tom Fischer

Shared Services + DataServ = Love

Love is in the air today. Sometimes a match is just so perfect that you want the whole world to know about it. That’s how we feel about our...

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

AP and ERP Integration: Real Time vs. Right Time

At what point in your accounts payable process do you want invoice information entered into your ERP system?

SUBMITTED BY Jamey Biegener

Building a Custom AP Workflow into Your ERP: Costs, Risks, & Inefficiencies

Today’s ERP solutions are so evolved and so all-powerful that sometimes we forget what they were really designed to do and we try to force them to...

SUBMITTED BY Jamey Biegener

There’s No Such Thing as the ‘Perfect’ Time to Start AP Automation

We often hear from companies that they have been putting off AP automation implementation or upgrades because they’re overwhelmed by the need to...

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Struggling with Multiple ERP’s After an Acquisition? AP Automation is the Answer

Acquisitions and mergers are as common in 2016 as reality shows and prime-time talent competitions. There are seemingly thousands announced every...

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Thinking of Implementing a PO Requisition Process Inside Your ERP? Think Again

In our two-plus decades of experience offering Purchase to Pay automation solutions, we often see companies begin to address their purchase...

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How Purchase Order and Requisition Automation Can Revolutionize Your AP Process

Purchase orders (POs) are a key component of any streamlined accounts payable (AP) process, but a surprising percentage of AP departments don’t...

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How a Digital Mailroom Can Enhance AP Automation in Your ERP

Some companies are committed to leveraging their ERP investments to the fullest extent possible and, as a result, they exclude the use of...