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Accounts Payable Automation: An Overview

Posted by Bill Becker on Jul 12, 2018 7:55:21 AM

What Is Accounts Payable Automation?

 

Accounts payable automation begins with a need. A need to move client paperwork through the system more efficiently, a need to validate and clear invoices more quickly; the list goes on. The bottom line is this: your need is to get your accounts payable team to work faster, more efficiently, and with less human error.

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Topics: Documents

Why You Should Outsource Your Next Scanning Project

Posted by Bill Becker on Jun 11, 2018 3:16:46 PM

In all likelihood, you work in an office that has everything to be expected - a water cooler, desks, snacks, maybe even a few bean bag chairs. However, you probably also have a large filing cabinet (maybe even multiple filing cabinets) collecting dust in a supply closet, or worse, taking up valuable floor space in the middle of your office. Even though scanning and document management technology has advanced to the point where organizations can operate completely paperless, filing cabinets are still prevalent in offices around the country. How can that be?

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Topics: Storage, Organization, Sanning, Documents

5 Accounts Payable Best Practices You Should be Following

Posted by Bill Becker on Oct 27, 2017 11:19:42 AM

Accounts payable departments are a great example of a job where valuable employees often end up doing lots of “bad” work. Imagine your hiring ad for an A/P clerk stating:

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Why Your Invoice Approval Workflow Is Full of Errors

Posted by Bill Becker on Sep 25, 2017 9:27:00 AM

At Recordsforce, we know what  good invoice workflow should look like. We’ve been doing it for over 10 yearsand at this point, we’ve pretty much seen it all. Most people we talk to who are managing their invoice approval workflows in-house know that there are errors in it, but can’t pinpoint why. Below we’ve listed the most common reasons invoice approval workflows are riddled with issues.

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What You Need To Do After Your Documents Suffer Water Damage

Posted by Bill Becker on Sep 20, 2017 2:22:05 PM

When documents get wet, the clock starts ticking. You have less than 24 hours before mold and mildew beginto form. The faster you act, the sooner you can avoid devastating document deterioration. Follow these steps you’ll be able to minimize the damage done to your most important papers after you suffer water damage.

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