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AP Automation in the Cloud – Achieving Accounts Payable Excellence

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The path to achieving accounts payable excellence is AP automation in the cloud. That’s the finding in the Aberdeen report “Achieving Accounts Payable Excellence in the Cloud.”  Aberdeen says that AP automation in the cloud directly correlates with superior invoice management and other capabilities essential to minimizing bottlenecks and optimizing performance. The key benefits leading to accounts payable excellence are optimized invoice management and maximized user accessibility. AP automation in the cloud provides greater access across the enterprise by removing the reliance on VPNs when working remotely. Aberdeen surveyed companies with and without AP automation in the cloud and found … Continue reading

Epicor Acquires Leading Document Management Software Provider DocStar and Expands Cloud-Based Solutions Portfolio

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Acquisition Advances Epicor Cloud-First Strategy with Enterprise Content Management and Automated Accounts Payable Solutions Available in the Cloud AUSTIN, Texas, January 4, 2017 Epicor Software Corporation, a global provider of industry-specific enterprise software to promote business growth, today announced that it has acquired privately-held DocStar, an award-winning developer of document management software based in Schenectady, New York. The transaction closed on Jan. 3, financial terms were not disclosed. The acquisition brings DocStar collaborative cloud-based enterprise content management (ECM) and automated accounts payable (AP) solutions to the Epicor enterprise resource planning (ERP) solutions portfolio. Founded in 1996, DocStar has over 20 … Continue reading

3 Keys to Secure BYOD with Enterprise Content Management Software

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The right enterprise content management strategy keeps data secure while eliminating the cost burden. Think back to the dark ages (before the 90s, of course) when the best way to share a file and collaborate was FedEx – or if you were lucky enough to live in a city that had them – bike messenger. If you had a document that needed review, edit, approval, signature – whatever the status, you knew the best (and only) way to make sure the information was secure was to send it on foot, wings or wheels. Collaboration and sharing files was a much more … Continue reading

Business Continuity After A Cyber Attack

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Cyber security is today’s hot topic of discussion for business owners. The looming threat of hackers, corporate espionage or mismanagement of BYOD policies by employees, haunt even the boards members of organizations across the country. And yet, in a PwC polling of 10,000 top level executives, only 45% state that their boards participate in the cyber security strategy. Clint Boulton from CIO states in an article: The frequency of attacks is accelerating: PwC survey respondents reported a 38 percent uptick in cyber-assaults from 2014. The result has business leaders and their boards rethinking their cybersecurity practices, including funneling $77 billion on corresponding … Continue reading

Modern Data Breach: A Problem of the People and the Process

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let’s start with a tired metaphor: “storing crown jewels outside of castle walls.” so, if information security is like medieval europe, then companies are the feudal lords who spend their Continue reading