Webinars and Events

Register for February 18 videocast: Harness Financial Data for Business Intelligence
Presented by Matt Montgomery, industry manager at Perceptive Software, and guest speaker Boris Evelson, VP and principal analyst at Forrester Research, Inc.

Recorded Presentation: AMC Theatres and AP transformation
Perceptive AP automation integrated with Oracle EBS accelerates processing invoices from 30,000 vendors.

Accounts Payable

Do more than just process invoices

AP has the potential to play a dynamic role in your company’s financial strategies … but not if your staff is slowed down with cumbersome workflow and Excel spreadsheet reports.

No matter where you are in your journey to automation or how many invoices your organization handles, Perceptive Software accounts payable automation solutions can improve your processes. Here's how:

  • A range of capture technology to get data into your system quickly and accurately
  • Workflow that works with (and within) your ERP to eliminate “lost” invoices and simplify audits
  • Content management that makes documents accessible from within your current systems
  • All delivered via cloud, premise or a combination; subscription-based and SaaS – whatever is best for your organization

It all adds up to true AP automation that boosts efficiency for your staff and adds functionality to your existing systems.

Four steps to planning your AP automation project

Customer Success Stories

Siemens AG

Perceptive Intelligent Capture increases automation of high-volume accounts payable operations.

AEG Worldwide
Perceptive AP automation integrated with JD Edwards shortened the invoice processing cycle by 60%.

Gardner Denver
Perceptive Intelligent Capture reduced invoice processing costs by 23% in one year.

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