Accounts payable: don't procrastinate, automate

Boynton, Darren
July 2007
IM@T.Online;Jul2007, p1
Trade Publication
The article discusses the automation of accounts payable document management in Europe. It is stated that the new emphasis on cost containment and productivity enhancement has inspired the finance and purchasing functions in the country, to look for new ways to automate traditionally paper-based and labor-intensive processes that characterize many accounts payable departments. On the other hand, the European Union offers a single currency covering market from the invoice automation and accounts payable perspective. Information about the benefits to be gained from automating processes is discussed.


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