Seamless Business Continuity in HR & Accounts Payable throughout the COVID-19 Lockdown

Amey plc

Thanks to Cloud-Based Digital Document Management

Amey plc is one of the UK’s largest and best-known facilities management, civil engineering and infrastructure management companies, with a large project footprint in the UK public sector. Today there are around 16,000 people working for the organisation, though numbers can peak at much higher than that depending on the volume and type of contracts the company is managing at any one time. All of this adds up to a vast administrative workload, from both a finance and HR perspective.

Amey first implemented SAP as its finance and resource management system, it invested in EASY Software’s SAP Packaged Services (Capture and Archive) to capture and manage incoming Accounts Payable (AP) documents electronically. With 12,000 invoices coming into the business each month, on average, Amey needed a means to capture, store and access these without reliance on paper.

They give us everything we need and support us fantastically. And to have achieved such a smooth upgrade and have had no issues during the peak of the lockdown – when HR had so many other things to deal with – is priceless.

Stephen Butler, Senior Application Support Manager at Amey plc

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