Kefron Senior Information Management Consultant Stephen Mackey discusses why some people remain reluctant to go paperless, the consequences this may have on companies down the line and what the first steps towards change look like.
From setting up new suppliers, raising purchase orders and approving invoices, the Accounts Payable workflow is ripe with fraud opportunities and without sufficient internal control measures in place, fraudsters can gain easy access to your company’s processes and information. However, you can mitigate the risk of fraud and protect your company by implementing certain procedures, such as the automation of your invoicing process.
This whitepaper aims to better understand how construction companies across the globe are managing their growing store of company information and discusses a few of the ways intelligent information management benefits construction companies.
In many companies a major challenge remains their continued reliance on paper and gaining access to the data they contain. This whitepaper will look at these challenges and why Document Scanning & Capture solutions can kick-start the digital transformation of those paper-driven business processes.
While some companies have embraced digital technology to go paper-free, with zero reliance on physical documents, for others it may seem unimaginable to operate their business on a daily basis without paper. But adopting digital technology and going paperless is now crucial for companies. James Smith talks to ITProPortal to explain why.
It’s already widely accepted that paper-based processing procedures are too slow, too labour intensive and ultimately too costly. The modern business world demands greater efficiency in every department – and there are no signs of this trend relenting. So, making 2019 the year of the paperless Accounts Payable department could be the most critical investment your business makes.
With Brexit looming and set to cause confusion amongst UK businesses, 2019 is a good time for Senior Managers to seek ways to increase productivity. One crucial way this can be achieved is through investment in technology that can bring automation across business functions and processes.
James Smith, Kefron’s Head of UK Sales, recently sat down with TMT Magazine and looked at why 2019 is the year for digital transformation.