In honor of 2014, we present our 14 favorite posts on document management, enterprise content management, ERP, AP automation & much more.
Which one was your favorite?
Technology such as document management requires a decision for an on-premises solution (private cloud) or a cloud option. When deciding on one option, consider these 4 questions.
When fixing your digital processes, especially during the crunch time of the end of the year, define the problem, evaluate the bottleneck, utilize internal resources, rethink business processes, and build-in flexibility.
Using document management software could save your business time and money by eliminating paper-based processes. Clinical transcription service, M*Modal, saved $65,820 per year by making the switch.
Document management software does more than just store documents digitally. Businesses can experience improved scalability and increased collaboration among multiple locations.
How can AP Automation help improve cash flow? There are 7 good points, including real-time approvals, early pay discounts, and automatic data population.
Among the various points, if managers take time to implement document management one department at a time, companies will see all documents for the business centralized.
Using PVC industries as an example, companies can save thousands of dollars each year on labor costs alone with the numerous benefits of AP Automation.
Three of the most critical considerations of your ERP implementation should be: choosing the right system for the job, integrating it, and communicating your needs properly.