Organizations have historically viewed their Accounts Payable (AP) departments as cost centers—a necessary expense for doing business. But in doing so, they underestimate the function’s potential as a driver of efficiency and financial strength. AP can elevate its stature within the enterprise by positioning itself as a value center.
Organizations must prioritize automating information-intensive, mission-critical workflows that will result in the fastest time to value and the greatest ROI, particularly during today's global challenges. Document intelligence, process orchestration and connected systems are key elements of the business workflows businesses are prioritizing in their transformation journeys.
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With the new release of Kofax’s Intelligent Automation Platform—which includes enhancements to Kofax TotalAgility—organizations can now accelerate automation throughout the enterprise. Users can harness the power of the industry’s first platform with no-code document intelligence, more embedded artificial intelligence, capabilities to manage your RPA workforce of choice, and simplified integration to other third-party business technologies. All from a single platform.
According to a recent report by AIIM Research, organizations must automate wherever and whenever they can, particularly during today's global challenges of increasing information chaos and escalating customer demands for service. Check out 10 things you need to know about process automation and RPA to learn how cost and efficiency are only part of the story when it comes to understanding where and how organizations prioritize automation.
The pandemic has challenged global businesses in unprecedented ways and set the stage for a “New Normal.” We spoke with Rob Koplowitz from Forrester and an expert panel of customers to ask about their digital transformation journeys and how intelligent automation is shaping the future of business as they respond to today’s challenges and plan for tomorrow.
Managing—and mastering--data can be make or break for enterprises as they evolve and scale their operations. If organizations could only tame the volume, velocity and variability of data, they could use data to predict sales, stop customer churn, detect fraud, manage equipment, build products more quickly and find new sources of revenue. Organizations can solve the data dilemma with an intelligent operations approach.