You see a lot of content about using RPA (Robotic Process Automation) for Accounts Payable. For many organizations Accounts Payable is where they start their RPA journey.
The attraction of using RPA in Accounts Payable is that AP (Accounts Payable) is a low-risk function, with rules-driven processes, often with a high volume of transactions currently being processed manually.
However, most organizations and RPA firms assume that this makes it easy to achieve actual results with RPA. But the fact is, there are a lot of invoice processing automation projects that have failed to deliver the expected results. There are also specific cases where clients have been extremely successful.Continue reading “4 Key components to automate invoice processing”