SAP Accounts Payable Automation – Kansas City, KS
SAP Accounts Payable Automation in Kansas City, KS is quickly accomplished with the Verbella Invoice Tracking Center Solution. Known as the ITC, it resides entirely inside of SAP, and helps AP departments in Kansas City, KS reduce the time and expense of processing invoices.
Verbella offers a complete Solution; providing 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 in Kansas City 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, Kofax RPA (Robotics), ReadSoft Online and ABBYY 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 Solution for SAP allows AP departments to manage the entire invoice process from Procure to Pay even from Kansas City. For more information Click Here
Kofax, ABBYY, OpenText, SAP Invoice Processing Automation Solutions in Kansas City, Kansas
Kansas City is located in Wyandotte County, in northeast Kansas, and is the seat of Wyandotte County. Kansas City sits on the Kaw Point, which is where the Missouri and Kansas rivers meet. Kansas City is also a part of the Kansas City Metropolitan area, which spans Kansas and Missouri, and is the 43rd largest metropolitan area in the United States with a population of over 2 million. Kansas City itself is the 171st most populated city in the United States, and the 3rd most populated city in the state of Kansas. Kansas City itself has a population of over 150,000 residents which is growing at a fast rate, approximately 4.9% in the last 10 years.