Automated Accounts Receivable Solution
Save valuable resource time and effort spent on billing and invoicing clients or suppliers with automation
Benefits of automating Accounts Receivable
Reduce the time spent on manually scanning various data sources for billing and invoice information by allowing a bot to do it for you.
As the Accounts Receivables process takes so much time to accurately deliver, the overall automated cost of this process is drastically lower than the cost of one or many full time employees completing the same work
Human error within a process like Accounts Receivable is inevitable. Reduce costly and frustrating errors by utilising automation with a 95% accuracy rate.
How does our Accounts Receivable solution work?
How to get started
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Finance and accounting teams are at the heart of all organisations. Managing revenue, third-party procurement, billing, supplier invoices, all while overseeing financial strategy and planning, mitigating risks and costs, and capitalising on new opportunities. Finance teams need to maintain high-performance levels, with minimal errors whilst pushing a business forward, which is why automation is becoming a popular choice among finance leaders looking to stay ahead of their competition.
Automation is an essential step in the evolution of the modern finance function. This has become even clearer during the COVID-19 crisis, which exposed shortcomings in finance processes and systems. As businesses seek to rebound from the global pandemic, automation will change the way organisations operate forever.
Often regarded as a catalyst for change within an organisation, CFOs spearhead conversations about new innovations to drive overall business improvements both within and outside the finance function. With the ever-expanding list of responsibilities assigned to the CFO and a range of business-critical goals to achieve, what role can automation play in helping finance leaders deliver more value to an organisation?