Reasons to Automate
What AP automation will look like in 3 years

By guest contributor Dermot McCauley, VP BPM & Case Management, Kofax

A modern financial system is the foundation for automation. Complete accounts payable automation solutions are a relatively new product category for financial operations professionals. Advanced technologies such as mobile, social networking, and intelligent dashboards are very slowly being integrated into offerings and adopted by enterprises.

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Taking the finance department out of the dark and into the digital ages

by Colin Miller, Senior Marketing Manager, Western Europe at ABBYY

The DVLA recently announced it's slashing the cost of driving licence fees - passing on the savings made made from greater efficiencies and lowered running costs. Creating streamlined business processes should be a priority for all business leaders – regardless of the industry sector or size of their business. After all, what company director isn’t focused on the goals of reducing costs, creating efficiencies and increasing their competitiveness?

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When is your network not really a network?

by Christian Lanng, CEO - Tradeshift

It’s easy to find comfort in numbers. Indeed, humans often rely on them to take a large and possibly overwhelming complex situation and distill it into what we think the key points are. However, it can also become an easy way to pull the wool over someone’s eyes or hide truths that matter much much more.

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Seven Habits of Successful P2P Programs

Over the last few years there’s been a shift towards creating a centralised P2P function, connecting AR, AP and Procurement in a way which would have been unthinkable until relatively recently. It’s a journey which has had mixed results along the way.

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Welcome to the Networked Economy

By Ted Kondis, President and General Manager, Ariba, Europe

Throughout history, businesses have attempted to capitalise on advances in technology to drive step changes in their performance. In the 1980s, the advent of client-server technology and desktop applications simplified routine tasks such as producing documents and calculating spreadsheets to make individual employees more productive, and share information more efficiently with their peers. In the 1990s and early 2000s, the World-Wide Web spawned a slew of applications that automated function-specific information flows and streamlined processes such as finance, human resources and purchasing, and, to some limited degree, enabled collaboration across the enterprise.

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