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As organizations either shift back to in-person work or implement hybrid or fully remote policies, the need for modern content services and collaboration technology has grown. The complexities of a dispersed workforce underscore the need for a central repository that enables users to maintain productivity while reducing security risks typically associated with telecommuting.
This white paper compares the pros and cons of Microsoft SharePoint with those of enterprise content management (ECM).
Sales order entry is a mission-critical part of the sales transaction—setting the pace for the entire process. Sales order automation streamlines the sales order entry process by accurately capturing data, reviewing it, and entering it into your system—eliminating the need for time-consuming, labor-intensive manual sales order entry. Read this guide to learn more about sales order automation – the solutions, the benefits, and the returns on investment.
This whitepaper serves as a guide to using ECM software to jump-start digital transformation and increase the ROI of technology adoption for scaling and middle-market companies. It explores trends in back-office process management—including AP processes—among North American organizations, highlights the savings possible with automation, and offers a guide to gaining buy-in for ECM adoption.
This insight report explores the varying ways that payables automation is leveraged today in increasingly digital, nimble, and competitive business environments.
Digital transformation as a function is leveraging innovative technology to digitize and automate key business functions; as a result, it effectively enables companies to become nimbler and more competitive in their markets. Beyond this simple definition, the actual steps, implementation, and end state of digital transformation are vague, and the lack of agreement on its proper application leads many to dismiss it as a buzzword. Unfortunately, this dismissal causes organizations to miss out on its long-term, far-reaching value. This report explores how digital transformation looks in the context of Procure-to-Pay (P2P), and examines current trends among North American organizations around back-office technology usage and improvement goals and strategies.
Digital document management systems (DMS) have progressed from scan and archive to full featured solutions enabling document-driven business process automation. DMS have reduced business’ reliance on paper, delivering financial and efficiency benefits ranging from hard and soft dollar cost savings to better, more efficient processes, and faster customer service. Each year, as technology costs drop, the potential return on investment (ROI) in electronic document management increases.