Esker has launched vendor invoice automation solutions designed to simplify accounts payable (A/P) processing and allow organisations to enter vendor invoices up to 65% faster, claims the company. The on-premise solutions offer companies comprehensive options to gain complete control over A/P processing, reducing purchase-to-pay costs and improving invoice processes.
The A/P packaged solutions are designed for companies that want to reduce paper use in vendor invoice management processes at low cost and low risk. Each A/P package is offered at a fixed cost with all the elements necessary for quick deployment to be up and running in as little as five weeks. Combining an optimal mix of technology and expertise, these packages are designed to deliver significant and immediate operational efficiencies, while helping to eliminate paper from management processes.
“With these new solutions, Esker gives companies a quick and simple alternative to large on-premise solutions that can take months or even years to customise and get everyone up to speed. We have created A/P solutions that require no programming to integrate with an organisation’s business applications, therefore eliminating the costs of customisation,” said Catherine Dupuy, senior product manager at Esker. “These new solutions bundle the necessary elements to intelligently automate a particular task, effectively eliminating manual labour and reducing costs.”
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