How "Ready to Use" AP Automation in Microsoft Dynamics Can Deliver Best Practice Processing Status

The objective of this report is to answer the emerging prospective user question: “How should we automate?” To accomplish this, we will first examine the benefits that best-in-class organizations achieve from AP automation, then appraise the three sources business leaders can use to learn AP automation best practices, and finally, explore best practices around the latest research-based and experience-based arenas, based on the context of the new market drivers.

“Turn-key” or “ready-to-use” solutions deliver fast ROI by enabling businesses to quickly implement functionality without the time-consuming and cost-intensive customizations. Even big players like Microsoft now offer rapid deployment standardized packages, meeting customer needs within a defined scope and price. In the arena of AP automation, the average implementation spans 2-12 months. Recently however, the availability of “ready-to-use” solutions in this domain has provided a noteworthy alternative. These lower-cost and quick-to-deployed packages have the potential to address the unique needs of both Fortune 1000 companies and SMEs alike. But can the “turn-key” solution truly deliver all the benefits of best-in-class AP automation that’s sought after by so many firms?

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