This report contains the combined data from PPN's latest research into P2P carried out during 2017 & 2018. It's aim is to explore the key areas that are directly affecting purchase to pay professionals across the UK, and considers how they are likely to be affected by the increase in Automation, Robotics, AI and Machine Learning.
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In an increasingly digital world there is no room for lost time as a result of bottlenecks, delays with the circulation of paper, lack of visibility or numerous errors and fraud risks linked to a poorly controlled process. Small or large, all companies are faced with these problems.
The digitisation of supplier invoices, and the digitalisation of financial processes propels organisations and businesses towards greater productivity and operational efficiency with a significantly improved image.
Speed of action, transparency of processes and actionable corporate responsibility can all be assisted with cloud based applications and platforms.
In a challenging geopolitical landscape, where long held assumptions around the fundamental principles of world economics are being questioned, many organisations are looking to new ways of thinking and technology to protect them against risks and take advantage of opportunities...
For many years we have heard that e-invoicing will completely remove the need for paper invoices, OCR will die and that suppliers and buyers will all adopt e-invoicing. Yet, according to Billentis, as of early 2018 it was reported that 90% of all invoices globally were still processed manually...