Why Won’t Suppliers Adopt E-Invoicing? The Truth.

  For many years we have heard that e-invoicing will completely remove the need for paper invoices, OCR will die and that suppliers and buyers will all adopt e-invoicing. Yet, according to Billentis, as of early 2018 it was reported that 90% of all invoices globally were still processed manually. So what is the truth

Is Capture the Key to Automation?

  Most of you will have heard the expression; “you only get out what you put in”. For most of us, this has been applied to our working lives, or perhaps our relationships, but the onus is always the same, if you do more, you get more. Most of you will have seen videos and

Accounts Payable Automation – The First Step to Automating an Organisation

  Digitalisation of a business; start simple, start with Accounts Payable automation. When companies decide to embark on projects designed to automate their processes, the advice is often to start with something simple. This has numerous benefits, from ensuring your project generates a return on investment, to establishing how your staff deal with major change.

What Are The Most Likely Industry 4.0 Trends of 2019?

  During 2018 the news was awash with stories of Industry 4.0 trends. So what can we expect in 2019? Well, I imagine probably more of the same, if truth be told. IoT, 5G, Digitalisation, Smart & Wearable Tech, RPA and Robotics are all likely to claim vast amounts of column space throughout 2019. IoT

Automation in Finance: Preparing for the Future of Back Office Functions – Full Document Download

  Throughout November and December, I published a series of 6 articles looking at preparing for the future of back office functions through automation in finance. Starting with 9 bullet points on how to best prepare for automation in finance, working through understanding your current processes, who to involve and how to involve them, and

Automation in Finance – Preparing for the Future of Back Office Functions: Part 6

  Read Part 5 Adhere to your project plans. When project start to drift there can be a tendency to adjust your plans accordingly, normally this is done in an effort to ensure that delivery of the project looks like it has been achieved. By reducing the overall size of a project, timescales should be