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With a huge amount of invoices going through Network Rail every day and a long processing cycle, Network Rail decided it was time to explore new finance solutions. Their main requirements were a more automated and integrated approach and a similar way of working to limit the impact on users.
With the recent regulatory developments concerning digital invoicing and the increasing demands for traceability and audit trails, enterprise needs have evolved: dematerialisation tools for supplier invoices must offer more value and agility for business.The benefits of choosing a BPM infrastructure, applied to the processing of supplier invoices, are many. Find out in detail in this document.
Crest Nicholson has been building new homes for 50 years, and is firmly established as leading developer with a passion for not just building homes, but creating vibrant sustainable communities. Receiving in excess of 50,000 invoices per annum, invoicing processing was managed across several regional offices around the UK. They were previously using the Coda Ledger but this was fast becoming outdated, and they knew they needed to examine their Accounts Payable process. Crest Nicholson chose ITESOFT for two reasons. The first being the constant, and valuable advice they were receiving, and secondly, the seamless integration into their new system, Agresso.
COLAS is an ambitious, award-winning business, delivering sustainable solutions for design, building and maintenance of UK’s transport infrastructure. COLAS needed to accelerate the slow, manual invoice process they had whilst continuing to process 100,000 invoices over multiple locations a year, so in 2008 they purchased the ITESOFT solution. They’re now able to process 100,000 invoices per annum, with only 1 person in the department. Using ITESOFT, COLAs are now able to scan any paper invoices and upload any PDF e-mail attachments in the morning, and spend the afternoon addressing the issues.
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In 2005, Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust (OHFT) chose ITESOFT to automate their invoice processing, and purchase to pay (P2P) solution, to streamline their Accounts Payable process. This forward thinking approach from OHFT was a driving factor in the evolution of their shared service centre in Oxford. Canal and River Trust implemented SAP as their Enterprise Resource Platform (ERP) in 2003. In 2004 their Accounts Payable (AP) team moved to a new Shared Service Centre in Leeds. As a part of the move, the AP department was reduced from 9 to 5 full time equivalents, giving the business the starting point in their drive for efficiencies. In 2006, the business started their search to look for more ways to gain greater efficiencies, but cost, and historical Optical Character Recognition (OCR) restrictions were a challenge. The main business requirements were a scanning solution with true OCR and real-time, certified, integration with SAP. The systems look and feel, easy configuration and installation, and professional support were important drivers.
Easy to access, BPMN+ enables each user to improve his daily life, and especially that of his customers.A key element of the Secure Capture & Process Automation (SCPA) Digital Business Platform, the BPM pillar covers the entire project lifecycle, from specifications through online process modelling and analysis to the deployment of operational solutions, in the enterprise information system or on the Cloud.
In late 2017, ITESOFT ran a survey looking at the key points any organisation will have whilst they are looking into business process automation (BPA). Business Process Automation is one of the hottest topics in 2018, with many businesses looking to streamline their operations for a greater strategic success in the upcoming year. Featuring input from 50 heads of Finance, Systems and Technology, the survey delves into the opportunities, priorities and challenges that are shaping their year. If BPA is top of your 2018 agenda, don’t miss the opportunity to benchmark your aims against those of your peers. And if it’s not on your radar yet, it’s a great starting point for exploring the issues..
DX Network is the UK and Ireland’s largest independent logistics network operator. Offering business and public sector customers a range of reliable and secure next day delivery services to 99.7% of UK business and residential addresses. DX Network wanted to streamline its existing order entry process which was an inefficient manual data entry exercises. They wanted a solution which would adapt to their existing forms, maximise OCR read rates, and improve processing speeds.
The Web Modeler is an interactive online tool for process modeling.Whether your goal is to document your current processes or to design the procedures of tomorrow, give your employees the ability to easily create tailored processes from a graphical and playful interface designed for novice and experienced modellers. No need for complex instruments.
In an increasingly digital world, there is no room for lost time in seizures, delays with the circulation of paper, lack of visibility or numerous errors and fraud cases linked to a poorly controlled process. Small or large, all companies are confronted with these recurring problems. The digitalisation of supplier invoices propels the company towards greater productivity and operational efficiency with a significantly improved image.
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In 2005, Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust (OHFT) chose ITESOFT to automate their invoice processing, and purchase to pay (P2P) solution, to streamline their Accounts Payable process. This forward thinking approach from OHFT was a driving factor in the evolution of their shared service centre in Oxford. OHFT were struggling with their control and visibility. They had uneconomical business processes and inefficient payment cycles. They struggled with auditability, so their staff were focused on data entry and lost document rather than higher level tasks, and finally, they struggled with accountability. There was a complex approval and decision making process.
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