Streamlining the Processing of Purchase InvoicesinfoP2P Processing Purchase Invoices

Approving purchase invoices can be a thankless task and many companies waste countless hours with paper based processes.

 

infoP2P helps a business easily capture purchase invoices, register their arrival, match against a purchase order (if required) and workflow approve.

Processing Purchase Invoices

 

  • Purchase orders can be created for non-stock items
  • Removes the need to print invoices received via email
  • Allows quick and easy electronic registration Invoices can be rapidly matched against a purchase order Invoices can be electronically approved
  • Can be installed in hours with virtually no user training required
  • All documents stored electronically – no paper records needed
  • Typical ROI is less than 3 months

 

For more information click here to download a PDF Brochure for infoP2P (No registration required) 

The Platform

infoP2P is available either as a cloud service, or can be installed on-premise on your own internal MS Windows servers.

Creating Purchase Orders

Not all companies create official purchase orders, particularly for non-stock items such as marketing materials, cloud services, laptops, or office items.

 

If you don’t create a purchased order, it makes the invoice approval process much more complicated, especially if the order is for a reoccurring cloud service….people often forget what they’ve committed to in 12 months time!

 

So, if you don’t already create purchase orders, infoP2P can be used to create an official purchase order. However, the system still works if you don’t have a purchase order (e.g. for utility bills), or if you’re creating the purchase order on another system (e.g. Sage, SAP etc.).

5 Steps of the infoP2P Process

infoP2P Process

Click here to download a PDF Brochure for infoP2P (No registration required)

Address

  • Document Genetics
  • Hall Farm,
  • Sywell Airport,
  • Sywell,
  • NN6 0BN.

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Phone: 01604 671177