The free report, Best Practices for Your AP Shared Services Model, is produced by The Accounts Payable Network (TAPN) and made available by ReadSoft at http://bit.ly/SSkpQ8.
The special report provides finance and information technology leaders operating accounts payable (AP) shared services with proven key process and automation practices for achieving the primary goals of the AP shared-services model:
The newly released report also delivers best practices for invoice handling and AP automation that adds even further “bottom line” benefits beyond the profit gained by the primary goals of AP shared services.
“We see so many businesses that have gone through the pain of centralizing their AP department in a shared-services model, but have not realized the cost-savings and efficiencies that they aimed for by centralizing in the first place,” announced Bob Fresneda, ReadSoft North America President. “By following the process recommendations in this report and automating those processes with the right data capture and workflow, organizations will not only realize these basic goals, but will also transition their AP shared services to value-added business partners in the organization.”
Interested practitioners and leaders in IT, accounting and finance can download the entire report at no cost at http://bit.ly/SSkpQ8.
About The Accounts Payable Network:
The Accounts Payable Network (TAPN) is the leading accounts payable resource, serving more than 55,000 finance and accounting professionals with deep and comprehensive resource centers to help them meet today's AP challenges. As the premier resource for executives and managers who oversee accounts payable, TAPN provides access to exclusive accounts payable knowledge-bases and tool-sets to help drive down costs, increase productivity, reduce risk, avoid compliance-related penalties and maintain necessary internal controls.
ReadSoft is the leading global provider of software solutions for document process automation. Founded in 1991, ReadSoft’s vision is to contribute to businesses’ success by providing the ideal software solutions for automating document driven processes. Its software enables companies of various sizes and diverse industries to automate business processes, such as accounts payable processing, purchasing, document capture, document sorting and order to cash. The company was first to bring free form technology for invoice processing to market and first to achieve certifications with enterprise resource planning systems SAP and Oracle. Today, ReadSoft has operations in seventeen countries and on six continents and supports more than 10,000 companies around the globe with its automated software solutions.
ReadSoft North America supports its valued customers and partners with offices in seven locations throughout the United States, including its corporate headquarters in New Orleans, Louisiana. For more information, visit www.readsoft.com.
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