Corcentric, a provider of SaaS Accounts Payable automation solutions hosted in the cloud, today announced an agreement to implement its AP automation solution for one of the nation’s leading professional sports organisations.
The integration of COR360 into the organization’s Accounts Payable processes will help the organization not only fill the automation gap related to their invoice workflow; it will also eliminate the use of paper invoices, fulfilling a commitment to reduce the use of paper. The COR360 solution will streamline the invoice approval workflow for faster processing and reduce costs associated with manual processing. Additionally, with COR360’s automated processes in place, the assoiation will be able to process a higher volume of invoices and at a faster speed without adding more staff.
By adopting SaaS-hosted AP automation tools, COR360 users will save significant amounts of money, accelerate payment cycles, leverage discount opportunities, and move their teams to more strategic projects as a result of implementing ZeroTouch, paper-free operations.
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