Information technology is one of the key pillars that support any modern day enterprise. To ensure they live up to this, we give IT strategies a core role in our consulting services. Your corporate strategy is closely interwoven with your company's IT strategy. For IT today is no longer pure background processing. A future-oriented IT strategy can send out impulses, which are decisive in shaping the strategy of your whole company. This applies particularly to change and growth areas, and in IT reorganizations which result from mergers.
- Insurance companies have to deal with an enormous volume of invoices, including many driven by claims settlements. To make this challenge even more complex, these invoices originate with a vast number of widely distributed suppliers, service and repair organizations, appraisers, and so on.
- Invoices can be automatically captured, no matter where they enter your organization, and no matter in which format (paper, fax, email, e-invoice and so on).
- Invoices can be classified at the point of entry through intelligent recognition of invoice header and line item information.
- In case of missing or incorrect data, an automated alert function triggers exception handling and correction.
- Only correct and complete invoices are sent to the relevant applications and processes to ensure efficient processing.
- E-invoice processing and supplier integration can remove paper from the transaction altogether, enabling finance organizations to process electronic invoices and seamlessly work with their suppliers — providing the benefits of EDI at a fraction of its cost and complexity.
- The system provides real-time integration with ERP systems like SAP and Oracle, and gives finance and business managers performance management capabilities.
- Cash management benefits significantly from visibility into the AP process, real-time status information — including invoices in process, cash requirement, invoices awaiting approval, cash consumption, and productivity data — and the ability to trigger corrective measures