SAP Accounts Payable Automation in Atlantic City
Accounts Payable Automation in SAP is quickly accomplished with the Verbella Invoice Tracking Center Solution. Known as the ITC, the Solution resides entirely inside of SAP, and helps AP departments reduce the time and expense of processing invoices.
The ITC is a complete Solution; it provides invoice capture, starting with the initial receipt of the invoice, whether by mail (paper), electronically via email or fax, EDI or from vendor portals. The invoices are then processed with an OCR engine that classifies the invoices and extracts the data. An SAP Certified Content Server is used to store the document image, and the meta data and a link to the image is passed directly to the ITC inside of SAP. Once in the ITC, the documents are validated, run through a duplicate check, and then can be auto posted, or for non-PO invoices routed for coding and approval, and then posted.
The ITC reporting transactions allow users to quickly identify exceptions, discover bottle necks, and give users visibility into the entire invoice process. Routing invoices for coding and approval can be done within SAP or through E-mail, where the reply can auto post the invoice automatically in SAP.
The ITC seamlessly integrates into Kofax Capture, Kofax KTM and Kofax RPA (Robotics) or your existing OCR capture or RPA Solution, and any SAP Certified Repository or SharePoint and O365 with the Verbella V-Link connector.
The ITC Accounts Payable Automation Solution for SAP allows AP departments to manage the entire invoice process from Procure to Pay. For more information Click Here
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Atlantic City is a resort city in Atlantic County, New Jersey. The city is known for its casinos, boardwalks, and beaches. The city was incorporated on May 1, 1854, from portions of Egg Harbor and Galloway Township. The American version of the board game was inspired by Atlantic city, specifically the street names.
Atlantic City was viewed as a prime real estate hot spot due to its location hugging the Atlantic Ocean and between marshlands and islands. The first commercial hotel, the Belloe House, was built at the intersection of Massachusetts and Atlantic Avenues in 1853.