The team at Generation Tux is all about improving internal experiences to increase efficiency and improve operations. As a one-man finance team, they needed all the help he could get to automate and streamline financial processes. When he joined Generation Tux as the Controller, he found a disastrous Accounts Payable (AP) process in place. Found out how he turned it around.
In today’s world of constant technological advances, automation has become the norm in most areas of business. To stay ahead of the competition and drive growth more quickly, savvy businesses are using automation as a way to stand out. Herein lies the concept that automation is not only a priority but also a strategic advantage to your business. Find out why leading finance executives are making accounts payable automation a priority.
The benefits of invoice-to-pay automation go beyond the obvious cost savings and efficiency improvements. It is critical that when you build your business case you tie in the cost savings as well as the efficiency improvements. If management can see the clear cost-savings, they are more likely to greenlight your proposal to automate your invoice-to-pay process.
Cutting-edge companies are recognizing the opportunity to integrate technologies into their GL (accounting system) to optimize individual processes such as accounts payable and payroll. Learn more about how AP automation together with your ERP would add value to your accounting operations.
Every year, businesses of all shapes and sizes conduct budget planning. For most organizations, this kind of budgeting is a standard occurrence. Yet companies managing their accounts payable process without an automated process will hesitate to add this expenditure without understanding the true impact. In this paper we walk-through your budget planning with a focus on how automation could really change your balance sheet.
Yes, your company is a ripe target for fraud - but it doesn't have to be.
Cybercriminals love small to medium businesses, since they have more money in their bank accounts than individuals, but often lack the sophisticated technology and vigilant processes of larger organizations. Gartner estimates that more than 10 percent of small businesses have had funds stolen from their bank accounts.
A Guide to solutions that make AP simpler, safer, and more efficient.
Everyday AP is an arduous process. It involves receiving and manually keying data from paper invoices, chasing approvals through e-mail and phone calls, printing paper checks to pay vendors, manually collating checks with printed invoices and purchase orders, tracking down CFOs for signatures, stuffing envelopes, applying postage, and finally, delivering the resulting stack of payments to the local post office.