What is an application platform as a service? (aPaaS)
In short, robotic accounting ensures that invoices are posted to the accounting system without human intervention and without errors. Find out what’s possible and what steps your organization can take to become a true robotic accounting powerhouse.
A few things to consider first Back in 2011, at the time of the WSJ statement, going digital could hardly be considered a buzz term. More than 2 billion people worldwide had access to the internet, of which a massive 845 million used Facebook. The internet had already become a basic need for an entire generation that had never known a time without it. But while consumers fluently embraced paperless communication years ago, many companies today still find it difficult to go full-on digital. A three-year..
When we founded 20/20 vision Software in 1997 we focused on back-office processes linked to internal Purchase-to-Pay (P2P) workflows which were becoming increasingly important at the time because generic workflow applications were gaining more and more traction and organizations were striving for best of class operational efficiency.
Building on its established leadership in purchase-to-pay processes in The Netherlands, WorkFlowWise today launches a new application-Platform-as-a-Service (aPaaS) as the first step in a strategic move to embrace cloud technologies and offer a new breed of workflow automation solutions internationally.
What can you do to make sure invoices are paid on time? A Dutch municipality saw it's invoice payment term increase to 58 days and decided to turn the tide. By introducing smart applications the average payment time is down to 24 days. Read more about their solution to this very common problem.
This will be an exciting year for the purchase-to-pay market as a whole, and WorkFlowWise in particular. We are launching a range of new products that are uniquely fitted for every periodical workflow. Harm Poelen, CEO of WorkFlowWise, shines a light on our plans for 2017 nd beyond.
It hasn’t always been a vile word. It once was the perfect organizational structure, save from discrimination and hyper efficient. Despite its former glory, bureaucracy now leaves a bad taste in people’s mouths. They say society has gone too far. And yet, modern bureaucracy will usher in a new Golden Age.