Smart, simple solutions built for your bottom line.
Companies use Esker’s document management software solutions to automate manual inefficiencies and low-value tasks in their order-to-cash (O2C) and purchase-to-pay (P2P) processes. However complex your workflow challenges or IT environment may be, the end results with Esker are always clear — reduced costs, empowered employees and an improved customer experience.
Esker is a global leader in cloud-based document process automation solutions. Esker’s solutions are compatible with all geographic, regulatory and technology environments, helping over 11,000 companies around the world improve efficiency, visibility, and cost-savings associated with the processing and exchange of information.
Founded in 1985, Esker operates in North America, Latin America, Europe and Asia Pacific with global headquarters in Lyon, France and U.S. headquarters in Madison, Wisconsin and A/NZ headquarters in Sydney, Australia since 1997.
Esker’s solutions span the order-to-cash and purchase-to-pay cycles – allowing organisations to automate virtually any business process:
- Order Processing: automated entry and routing of incoming customer orders
- Accounts Receivable: automated sending and archiving of paper and e-invoices
- Collections Management: streamlined post-sale collection interactions
- Accounts Payable: automated entry and routing of incoming supplier invoices
- Purchasing: electronic processing and delivery of supply chain documents
- Order-to-cash automation
- Document Delivery
Kryptonite to high costs, low visibility and poor customer service.
Is your O2C performance sputtering because of limited visibility, processing errors and too many manual touch points? Esker fills these gaps in the O2C journey from beginning to end with our suite of collaborative, cloud-based solutions. Inefficiency has no place to hide.
Order-to-cash is a complex cycle that involves multiple departments, teams and technologies within the organisation. Any delay in the flow of this interconnected system can set off a chain reaction of slower fulfillment times, lower customer experience scores and delayed payments.
Automating processes in the O2C cycle equates to:
- Improved end-to-end customer experience
- Greater cost savings to invest in R&D
- Increased collaboration and transparency
- Streamlined cash flow management
Powerful solutions to flex your cash management muscle.
Accelerating cash flow and improving the company’s financial standing are hard to do when chaotic, manual processes are part of the P2P cycle. Esker’s automation solutions take paper out of the equation, giving greater control and visibility to those who need it most.
With so much riding on the efficiency of processes involved in the P2P cycle, today’s businesses simply can’t afford to fall back on standard practices that can impact both financial and operational integrity. Unifying P2P processes with automation is the best way to maximize profitability and minimize compliance issues.
Automating processes in the P2P cycle equates to:
- Strengthened policy enforcement and controls
- Identification and reduction of maverick spending
- Improved collaboration with key suppliers
- Recovery of undetected lost profits
Send documents electronically. It’s as simple as that.
Real-time document processing and tracking? Check. Seamless integration? Check. Worldwide network of production facilities? Check. Esker makes document delivery easier than ever with our wide range of solutions that allow users to send documents via cloud fax or mail services 24/7 from any desktop or ERP system.
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