Did you know that 75 Percent of invoices involve paper? Further, did you know that even with the technology available to companies today, finance managers are struggling with the time spent collecting, managing, submitting, approving and paying these invoices? What if there was a solution that could help save time and money spent processing these invoices, saving your company up to 70% per year?
Introducing Concur Invoice Management
Thousands of companies have already chosen Concur to manage and automate travel expenses. Now this innovative company has built a new solution that allows you to efficiently manage spend from authorization to payment—eliminating paper, automating manual processes, and reducing costs.
With newly introduced Concur Invoice Management, your company can reap the rewards:
- Expedite Processing: Use an end-to-end cycle to minimize processing bottlenecks and remove delays
- Gain Visibility: Transform data into decision making information
- Reduce Costs: Control spending by eliminating unauthorized spending, removing paper, and driving down overhead
Looking to learn more about saving your company this much time and money, preventing organizational headaches for your finance department? At 70 Percent savings, we couldn’t see why you wouldn’t want to.
This is why we’re inviting you to an upcoming webcast on Wednesday, November 19, 2014 at 1:00 PM EST. Automating Your Invoice Management will feature Joe Martino from Concur, along with Matt Rowley, Chief Operating Officer of Brittenford Systems, and teach you how to
- Ensure purchase requisitions and invoices follow your organization’s approval processes through automated workflows
- Control requisition, purchase order, invoice and reporting capabilities
- Eliminate manual tasks through automated end-to-end processes
- Support the pre-approval process with sophisticated PO matching
- Improve visibility through complete analysis of spend
In addition, Chris Smith from Concur will demo the Invoice Management System. Again, time is limited to sign up for this November 19 event, and if you miss this, your company could continue to hemorrhage thousands per year.