ReadSoft to showcase proven AP processing strategies at COLLABORATE 13
ReadSoft, a global document process automation provider, today announced it will host a best practice educational session and lead live product demonstrations at the COLLABORATE 13 Conference taking place April 7-11, 2013 at the Colorado Convention Center in Denver. Conference attendees interested in streamlining invoice processing in Oracle E-Business Suite are encouraged to attend ReadSoft’s educational session and to visit the ReadSoft booth (#1219).
ReadSoft, an Oracle Platinum Partner, will present the latest best practice approaches and application of technology for AP processing within the Oracle E-Business Suite environment. Business leaders who attend the presentation can expect to develop a strong understanding of how an organization can gain strategic benefits by deploying data capture and automated workflow in AP (no matter whether the organization has upgraded to Release 12 or not). Speed, Visibility and Control–Best Practice Accounts Payable Processing Oracle E-Business Suite (#13144), is available to bookmark in the COLLABORATE MyShow Planner, effective immediately. It takes place on Monday, April 8, 1:15 p.m.-2:15 p.m., Room 112.
Throughout the conference at the ReadSoft booth (#1219), the company’s seasoned Oracle solutions experts (including technical representatives from ReadSoft’s ERP Solutions Lab) will be available for one-on-one consultations and live demonstrations of:
- ReadSoft’s PROCESSIT solution for supplier invoice approval and other customizable workflows in invoice processing automation.
- ReadSoft’s MOBILE APPROVAL solution to show the ease of using mobile devices for the invoice approval process.
“It’s an important time for the Oracle financial user community, and COLLABORATE 13 is an important venue,” said Bob Fresneda, President of ReadSoft North America. “On the solution side, we’re seeing the maturation and advancement of technologies–such as cloud and mobile. On the user side, we’re seeing unprecedented business needs to achieve both short and long term efficiencies. And today, more than ever, the technologies are serving the needs of the business–regardless of its size, industry or system release requirements. This conference helps to facilitate these partnerships.”
Certified by Oracle as “Validated Integration,” ReadSoft solutions seamlessly integrate with Oracle E-Business Suite. Financial executives find the ReadSoft AP automation workflow solution appealing due to its ability to generate robust data analytics, providing them with the real time visibility necessary for solid cash management. IT executives appreciate ReadSoft solutions’ comparatively fast implementation time and end users value its friendly user interface.
For more information, please contact:
Emily Toras, Marketing Manager, ReadSoft. 504.841.3205 firstname.lastname@example.org
Bob Fresneda, President, ReadSoft North America. 504.841.0111 email@example.com
ReadSoft is the leading global provider of software solutions for document process automation. Founded in 1991, ReadSoft’s vision is to contribute to businesses’ success by providing the ideal software solutions for automating document driven processes. Its software enables companies of various sizes and diverse industries to automate business processes, such as accounts payable processing, purchasing, document capture, document sorting and order to cash. The company was first to bring free form technology for invoice processing to market and first to achieve certifications with enterprise resource planning systems SAP and Oracle. Today, ReadSoft has operations in seventeen countries and on six continents with an extensive network of local and global partners.
ReadSoft North America supports its valued customers and partners with offices in seven locations throughout the United States, including its corporate headquarters in New Orleans, Louisiana. For more information, visit www.readsoft.com.
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