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Adding ECM to Accounts Payable Processes: An Introduction

I often use Accounts Payable (AP) processes as a measuring stick to see how ECM will fit an organization...If not, the invoice is routed in workflow to the correct AP clerk. The relevant capabilities are ERP Integration and Workflow

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Digitizing Accounts Payable – Advice for the First-Timer

At a recent IAPP chapter meeting , I listened to a colleague describe the challenges of accounts payable...The data extracted from that invoice must be right, because it will drive the workflow, approval and payment process

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An ECM-ERP Reference Model (Which Explains Why Hyland Bought AnyDoc)

Here’s the reference model we use to explain how ECM works with ERP systems to improve Accounts Payable (AP) and other processes...If not, the invoice is routed in workflow to the correct AP specialist

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Urban Myths: The Paperless Office

Let’s use a document-centric process that most people should be familiar with; accounts payable and, specifically, invoices. It’s not uncommon any given enterprise to have accounts payable-related transaction content coming into their enterprise in a variety of different forms

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Document Process Outsourcing vs Business Process Outsourcing in 2013 & Beyond

In particular, many document processes can be improved through a DPO approach and often include the following: - Accounts Payable Processing -Sales Order Processing -Insurance Claims Processing -Healthcare Chart Conversion Processing -EOB Processing -Mortgage Application Processing One of the fundamental differences for DPO vs

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