ADP, a provider of human resource outsourcing, payroll services, tax and compliance and electronic invoicing (e-invoicing) solutions, has released several enhancements to its e-invoice solution, a component of ADP Procure-to-pay (P2P) solutions.
The enhancements include advanced coding capabilities and improved document routing and management that streamline the accounts payable process for medium to large-size businesses. These coding and routing enhancements automate tasks that were previously done manually. Clients using this enhanced e-invoicing solution are able to enjoy process efficiencies and improved accuracy, which ultimately helps them increase their focus on more strategic, value-added tasks.
“These enhancements help ensure companies get the right documents, to the right people, in the right places, at the right time. They’re part of our ongoing goal to bring clients exactly what they’ve been telling us they want – smarter systems with more automation,” said Leon Busch, vice president and general manager of ADP P2P solutions. “As part of our mission to be the best in the business, we’re making continued investments in our solution and we’re excited about what lies ahead.”
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