SUBMITTED BY Jamey Biegener

It’s Time to Clean up Those Vendor Files!

It’s the new year. Out with the old, and in with the new! It’s a great time for making resolutions, planning for the future – and of course,...

SUBMITTED BY Jamey Biegener

Global eInvoicing Mandates – Are You Ready?

We operate in a global economy. Businesses, their subsidiaries, and their suppliers often work across borders, buying and selling goods and...

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

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 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.

SUBMITTED BY Amy Cameron

Know What You’re Getting into When You Buy OCR for AP Document Processing

If you process a variety of invoice formats or, like many companies, have found that your vendors aren’t exactly excited about being forced into...

SUBMITTED BY Kathi Haller, CPA

3 Keys to Reducing Risk and Increasing Compliance through AP Automation

Being at the helm of a company’s finances is no easy thing. As a CFO, I find that the old adage “knowledge is power” certainly applies. Perhaps...

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...

SUBMITTED BY Kathi Haller, CPA

High Cost of Low Visibility in Accounts Payable

If you’re like me, or most CFO’s, Controllers, AP Managers or anyone in a position of financial accountability, total visibility is probably...