SAP Accounts Payable Automation – Phoenix, AZ
SAP Accounts Payable Automation in Phoenix, AZ is quickly accomplished with use of the Verbella Invoice Tracking Center Solution. Called the ITC for short, it resides completely within SAP . Generally speaking, it allows users in A/P departments to reduce the time and expense of processing invoices, while providing an auditable trail for each processed invoice.
Invoice Tracking Center
Verbella offers a complete A/P Solution – from procure to pay. It provides users the ability to electronically capture invoices regardless of the source. For example, the A/P department can receive them by mail (paper), electronically via email, fax, or EDI. They can even use robots to download them from vendor portals. After Capture, the invoices go through an OCR process that classifies the invoices and extracts the data. At which point the A/P processors may quickly validate the extracted data and release invoices. Finally, an SAP Certified Content Server is used for long term storage and retrieval of the document image.
Once captured and OCR’ed the meta data and a link to the image can now be found in the ITC. Once in the ITC, the documents are validated, run through a duplicate check automatically. Now the user may review the invoice again if needed or allow it to auto Post or Park. For non-PO invoices, users can manually route for coding and approval, or have the ITC do it automatically before being posted. The A/P department has the ability to re-rout or manually post any invoice, if the configuration allows.
The processing of checks can also be done in the ITC. Users who need to request checks, can use the ITC Check Request Module. Users will be able to add coding and approval routing information to the request. Employees will be able to upload back up documentation or print coversheets when submitting paper back up documentation. The Check Requester will then be able to submit the request to the ITC for final processing.
A/P departments in Phoenix can quickly identify exceptions and discover bottle necks with the ITC. All and all it gives users greater visibility into the entire invoice process. Supervisors can determine the number of times an invoice had to be re-routed for approvals. Which Vendors submit problematic PO Invoices, or duplicate invoices. It also counts how many invoices each user is processing and how long it takes.
Users can use the mass download feature, to download several invoices at once. They can use the count by feature to determine the occurrence of a field value. For example, how many invoices have been sent in via e-mail.
The ITC seamlessly integrates into Kofax Capture, Kofax KTM, Kofax RPA (Robotics), ReadSoft Online and ABBYY FlexiCapture. Consequently, if you have an existing OCR or RPA Solution, and any SAP Certified Repository or SharePoint (On-Prem/Cloud), we can integrate the ITC.
To summarize, AP departments in Phoenix can now have insight and visibility into every aspect of the Invoicing process. The ability to measure the process against benchmarks, and the overall performance of the payment process. To manage the entire invoice process from Procure to Pay , with the ITC Solution. For more information
Kofax, ABBYY, OpenText, SAP Invoice Processing Automation Solutions in Phoenix, AZ
Phoenix is located in Maricopa County, in northwestern Arizona and is the capital city of Arizona, the most populated capital city in the United states. With 4.7 million residents, the Phoenix metropolitan area ranks 11th among metropolitan areas in the United states. In contrast, Phoenix with it’s 1.7 Million people comes in 5th by populations among cities in the United States. However, it’s enough to make it the most populated city in the state of Arizona. Phoenix itself has a population of over 1.6 Million residents. It’s growth rate is fairly high, at approximately 12.5% in the last 10 years. Phoenix is also home to the various sports teams such as the NBA’s Phoenix suns, and the MLB’s Arizona Diamondbacks. To say nothing of the oldest professional football franchise, the NFL’s Arizona Cardinals.