Distribution is being transformed by digital innovations. More and more distributors are replacing manual, paper-driven processes with digital tools and automation that allow employees to work more efficiently and effectively in the warehouse and beyond. Efficiency doesn’t just benefit employees—modern technology can help keep customers and vendors happier with up-to-date information accessible anytime.
Epicor Prophet 21 software was designed to meet the unique needs of distributors. It offers robust features including eCommerce, mobility tools, customer relationship management (CRM), wireless warehouse management, purchase management, and analytics to make more informed business decisions. With deep industry knowledge and best practices built into features throughout the solution, Prophet 21 can deliver the digital transformation your organization needs to grow.
Learn how to assess your options and select the automated time and attendance solution that’s right for your business.
Finding a time and attendance solution that fits your business can be overwhelming and frustrating. But it doesn’t have to be. That’s why Kronos created this helpful guide, based on the real-business experiences of our customers who, like you, converted manual or semimanual time and attendance processes into fully automated systems.
Find out how to cut through the hype and select the solution that best fits your needs, what you need to get funding and support, and what tough questions you should ask every vendor.
Manual processing of vendor invoices presents a roadblock to the success of your accounts payable (AP) department and overall business objectives. As you look to automation to get your company on the right track, consider this guidebook your map along the 7-step path to AP automation success.
A Guide to solutions that make AP simpler, safer, and more efficient.
Everyday AP is an arduous process. It involves receiving and manually keying data from paper invoices, chasing approvals through e-mail and phone calls, printing paper checks to pay vendors, manually collating checks with printed invoices and purchase orders, tracking down CFOs for signatures, stuffing envelopes, applying postage, and finally, delivering the resulting stack of payments to the local post office.
What's in the white paper?
Like all areas of the finance team, the accounts payable department is tasked with working smarter and doing more with less. The challenge is that many organizations are drowning in paper invoices, spreadsheets and manual AP processes.
A digital transformation can create more automated workflows, easier tracking of payments, and more overall accountability and visibility. In addition, the data collected can support a more predictable cash flow and a stronger negotiating position with vendors.
This white paper will examine AP’s role in reimagining the entire finance process as part of the purchase-to-pay cycle, including:
• Avoiding costs of processing paper invoices and payments
• The role of the CFO in mitigating risks of manual processes
• The value of AP integration with e-payable solutions
Credit Union Times is the nation's leading independent source for breaking news and analysis for credit union leaders. For more than 20 years, Credit Union Times has set the standard for editorial excellence and ethical, straight-forward reporting.