In 2017, Artsyl Technologies, in partnership with Paystream Advisors, surveyed back-office employees across several industries and market segments to explore the current state of accounts payable process automation—and the opportunity for innovation and added efficiency.
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There’s a lot to gain from updating and automating your vendor invoice process, beyond efficiency gains from eliminating manual data entry and document handling. See what other businesses say about the technology and processes they rely on use and why it’s so important to ensure process efficiency, transparency and control.
View the Paystream Advisors Invoice Workflow Automation Report
Benchmarking your processes, establishing KPIs for monitoring and management and defining a Return on Investment (ROI) goal for your initiative is a great way to get rolling. The next step is to secure executive buy-in and get budget approval for your project.
Read the Artsyl/Paystream Advisor Report “Pitching ROI for Accounts Payable” Report to learn how to align the ROI and value of AP automation with the goals and priorities of your executive team.
While automating accounts payable invoice processing can lower costs and increase scalability for AP teams, the strategic value of automating paper-based invoice processing is more timely access to business data and greater visibility and control over financial KPIs.
Read the CIO Review Profile of Artsyl Technologies to discover why CIOs view intelligent capture and AP automation as solutions that are critical to corporate performance.
According to Paystream Advisors, vendor invoice automation remains one of the least automated financial processes in most organizations. Watch this video to learn how quickly and easily companies can boost efficiency and process visibility to achieve ROI in as little as 6 months.