White Paper: Mineraltree
There is a rapidly growing demand for Accounts Payable Automation as the traditional process is very manual and labor intensive. An automated process reduces errors, eliminates fees incurred from late payment, and eliminates fraudulent charges by increasing visibility and improving controls. Be sure to choose a solution that integrates with your financial system of record and your bank account, otherwise you will end up with two parallel systems. It is also important to understand whether the payment execution features are consistent with your organization’s expectations for cash flow and management, and payment control. This whitepaper covers the strategic advantages of Accounts Payable (AP) Automation and why leading finance executives are making AP Automation a priority. It highlights: Why Companies Automate Why Automate Accounts Payable? The Hidden Costs The Time To Automate Is Now Deciding To Automate
White Paper: ABBYY
Intelligent Capture is catching the attention of organizations and causing a fundamental shift in the way businesses read and process paper and electronic documents. It eliminates the tiresome work of manual data entry and its associated errors, driving the return on investment in Accounts Payable automation. Intelligent capture software that includes document imaging, separation and classification of invoices, and data extraction and validation introduces integrity in the downstream AP processes. This informative whitepaper addresses questions like: How can you implement an intelligent capture solution successfully? What are the business systems that an intelligent capture system is typically integrated with? What are the key areas in which an intelligent capture technology can further enhance the Accounts Payable process? Download this white paper to learn why capture is important in your Accounts Payable automation initiative.
White Paper: Special Counsels EQ
Today, an employee from a London company can wirelessly send emails to customers in New York from a Parisian café using cloud servers located in Dallas, Amsterdam and Berlin. The low cost of electronic storage coupled with the high speed of global communication networks makes it increasingly unlikely that a corporation’s data is stored within the geographic borders of the United States. Electronically stored information (ESI) stored outside the U.S. presents a number of obstacles, in addition to the “normal” challenges regarding the collection, processing and production of eDiscovery. International treaties and agreements concerning cross-border discovery made before social networking platforms, cloud computing and ultra-fast global network connections are outdated, and with little hope of sweeping reforms any-time soon, it leaves much up in the air. This Whitepaper describes the cultural and legal obstacles faced by companies while going global.