Invoice Processing

A SAP e-Invoicing solution has been launched using Germany’s ZUGFeRD standard. ZUGFeRD compatible invoices are PDF/A-3 files that include the PDF file for visual control and archiving as well as the invoice in XML format for machine processing.

Document process automation specialist Esker has launched new integration with Oracle E-Business Suite. Esker users can now receive supplier invoices directly in Oracle E-Business Suite Payables application. 

Top Image Systems’ eFLOW AP 5.2 solution has achieved SAP-certified integration with SAP NetWeaver running on the SAP HANA platform.

Healthworld, a leading supplier of Natural Medicines in Australia and New Zealand, began looking in 2015 for a scanning solution to scan documents and integrate with SharePoint.

The Australian government has assigned responsibility for a planned study into the costs and benefits of adopting electronic invoicing (e-invoicing) to the Australian Taxation Office. The move was welcomed by the Digital Business Council (Council) which is working to publish an e-invoicing Interoperability Framework on July 1, 2016.

Toshiba (Australia) has announced a win with document management partner ELO to implement  document management solutions for Victoria’s Community Housing Ltd (CHL). CHL originated in Australia in 1993 and is a national and international housing provider delivering affordable housing in four regions of the world.

Basware, a provider of e-invoicing and purchase-to-pay solutions, has acquired Verian, a cloud-based solution provider in the US purchase-to-pay market.

Top Image Systems (TIS) has announced the availability of its next-generation accounts payable (AP) automation solution eFLOW® AP. It combines data extraction and validation technology with mobile capabilities, and cloud, on premise, and hybrid deployment options.http://www.TopImageSystems.com

Lexmark has announced the release of ReadSoft Online R8, a cloud-based invoice processing solution designed specifically for accounts payable functions in small and medium businesses.

The internal discussion happens every year, doesn’t it? “We don’t have the budget … We don’t have the resources at this time … We have another project that is taking priority … Let’s consider AP Imaging and Workflow Automation next year …” Automating your AP department may feel like a daunting undertaking, but can you really afford NOT to do it?

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