Is Manual AP and Invoice Processing in Microsoft Dynamics Keeping You Up At Night?

April 2 2014

You arrive at the office and watch helplessly as your AP processing team tries to avoid an avalanche of paper invoices while simultaneously juggling non-stop vendor service calls. The phones are ringing off the hook and the sound and sight of inefficiency is maddening - no one is happy. You try to move, but can't.

Thankfully you wake up and realize it was just a dream. Wiping the drool from your cheek, you resolve to update your own AP process before it's too late.

About Ray Emirzian

Ray Emirzian is Senior Director of Product Management at DocStar, a B2B software firm specializing in cloud document management software and business process automation. He has more than two decades of experience in business process analysis, business process automation, and business consultation working with industry-leading organizations including NCR, Canon USA, and AuthentiDate Holding Corporation. Ray offers innovative perspectives on streamlining business for improved efficiency and productivity with emphasis on AP Automation Solutions. You can follow Ray and the docSTAR team on Twitter, @docSTARsoftware.

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margenesalzano's picture

Great article, Ray. I couldn't help but chuckle as I read your intro. It sounded painfully familiar. Before our company made the switch from manual AP to Microsoft Dynamics with I was definitely stressed. There is inherent peace in having a well organized and repeatable infrastructure. I would say that this has been the biggest benefit for me after the switch. While yes, we have saved money in admin costs, the peace of mind was the biggest surprise. I didn't realize how much stress the lack of organization had caused. I love our new infrastructure and would recommend the switch to any company. (Even though the switch is scary at first, it is absolutely worth it.)