Transform AP for Microsoft SharePoint

About This Solution

For too many organizations, Accounts Payable remains challenged by inefficient processes and a blizzard of paper-based invoices that limit the speed, accuracy and compliance controls critical to successful payables management. Transform AP for Microsoft SharePoint, Bottomline’s invoice processing solution powered by SharePoint, delivers against these challenges and more.

With functionality for capturing incoming supplier invoice data, Transform AP integrates with virtually any ERP to enable PO matching and validation, as well as the routing of non-PO based invoices to the appropriate personnel for G/L coding and approval. Throughout these processes, Transform AP allows for complete online review of all invoices, as well as the ability to generate reports reflecting invoice status and staff productivity.

Transform AP has been uniquely designed to leverage the document management strengths of the SharePoint platform, including the ability for both finance staff and non-finance approvers and coders to view invoice details via a standard Web browser. This processing flexibility supports a company’s existing SharePoint investments and helps to maintain a lower cost of ownership by eliminating the need to purchase incremental ERP licenses for each coder and/or approver.

More About This Vendor

Bottomline Technologies (NASDAQ: EPAY) provides cloud-based payment, banking, invoice and document solutions to corporations, financial institutions and healthcare organizations around the world. The company’s document management products are used to automate financial and other paper-centric business processes with functionality for transactional document design, multi-channel delivery and storage, as well as automated AP invoice capture, workflow and reporting. Leveraging the Microsoft SharePoint® platform with proven integration to leading ERP systems, Bottomline’s solutions are trusted by thousands of organizations globally to reduce costs, improve operating efficiencies, strengthen compliance controls, and preserve existing technology investments. Headquartered in the United States, Bottomline also maintains offices in Europe and Asia-Pacific. For more information, visit