Purchase-to-Pay (P2P) automation suite selected for enhanced user experience
Sydney, Australia — October 20, 2016 — Esker, a worldwide leader in document process automation solutions and pioneer in cloud computing, today announced its P2P automation solution was awarded Innovative P2P Technology of the Year Award by PayStream Advisors. The renowned independent research and advisory firm hosts the PayStream Advisors Innovate Awards each year to honor innovators in the field of Accounts Payable and purchasing automation. This year’s awards took place as part of the PayStream Advisors P2P Automation Masters Summit held during the IOFM’s AP&P2P Conference in Las Vegas Oct. 24-26.
PayStream recognises the top accounts payable (AP), procurement and P2P technologies each year to highlight the leaders in those sectors and to help guide customers with their purchasing needs.
“Esker has made great strides in improving its P2P offering this year, and we now see it as an ideal tool for organisations looking for a straightforward way to automate basic indirect procurement functions,” said Jimmy LeFever, Director, Research & Consulting, PayStream Advisors.
Esker’s P2P automation suite, which serves over 300 customers in 30 countries, was chosen for its flexibility, interoperability and customisable user experience. The P2P suite integrates with more than 30 different enterprise resource planning (ERP) applications, has optical character recognition (OCR) that reads 130 languages, and has a customisable set of dashboards to show key performance indicators (KPIs) and metrics as needed.
“We believe our Purchase-to-Pay automation suite generates added value and profitability for all sizes of organisations – from mid-market to Tier 1 corporations,” said Christophe DuMonet, Managing Director at Esker Australia and New Zealand. “Our goal is for our customers to have the ability to communicate, collaborate and transact effectively and efficiently with their suppliers to procure high-quality goods and services at the best cost and at the right time.”