Digital invoice approval: faster to booking and payment
Approval processes are the be-all and end-all in many companies and organizations. The accounts payable approval process in particular makes a big difference. As a control mechanism and work step, invoice approval has a fixed place in the invoice verification process. Every incoming invoice must go through this approval process; this work step is the…
Digital long-term archiving – what about the future of your data?
Archiving documents over long retention periods places special demands on processes, technologies and file formats. In an overview, we clarify what to look out for in digital long-term archiving. Take a look behind the scenes of digital imperishability today, because: A well-informed life is more relaxed.
Enterprise search – Overcome data silos and knowledge barriers
Ever-growing volumes of data in companies kept in separate data silos are turning into a problem at all levels of an enterprise. Executives and employees alike – everyone is up to their ears in the sea of data and cannot find the pearls of information they are looking for.
The Most Important Requirements for Verifying Invoices Correctly – Including a Checklist
Paying invoices is one of the routine tasks of every accounts payable department. It’s essential that every incoming invoice is verified for accuracy before the payment order is sent. The optimization potential for your company is correspondingly great in this area! If you approach the incoming invoice workflow in a systematic or perhaps even automated…
A brief introduction to electronic invoices: What you need to know today
In the past few years, a lot has changed in invoicing as well as in invoice receipt. More and more companies are turning to electronic invoices instead of sending traditional paper invoices. But what exactly is an e-invoice and how does it differ from a classic digital invoice?
Document Archiving: An Essential Building Block for Digitalizing Business Processes
It takes an archive to form the foundation for digitized, document-intensive business processes. Once established, the archive turns into a company-wide knowledge hub and simplifies location-independent collaboration, making it more flexible and easier to manage.