ReadSoft, a provider of software solutions for document process automation, and OB10, an electronic invoicing (e-invoicing) network, have partnered on an end-to-end business process solution that will integrate with SAP, Oracle and other financial and enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems using the ReadSoft CockPit suite. The suite will act as a universal invoice hub to control all invoice processing irrespective of document format. The solution will drive lower costs and greater automation across the P2P process and help customers move to more advanced and efficient business processes.
The partnership, which already shares many mutual customers, will provide organisations with the capability to streamline and optimise their invoice and document automation process and benefit from improved efficiency and transparency within the financial supply chain. It also enables systems integrators and business process outsourcers (BPOs) to provide enterprise customers and suppliers with an end-to-end common business process for all their invoicing requirements.
Luke McKeever, chief executive officer (CEO), OB10, said: “This new global alliance between our organisations creates an opportunity for buyers, suppliers and systems integrators to work with the leading organisations in their fields. OB10’s ability to handle any data format and supplier enrolment expertise ensures that all suppliers can benefit from document automation and e-invoicing through ReadSoft.”
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