What do you do when you need a secure method for efficiently handling and processing personnel files from more than 100 locations across North America?
Waiting for approval from remote locations as part of the Accounts Payable (AP) process can be frustrating. More so when supporting documentation for those invoices are stored at the main facility and remote workers lack the access they need to make decisions.
Every year, more than 100,000 data-diverse transcripts arrive from eager college-bound students across the nation. The Western Governors University (WGU) Registrar’s Office had to shorten its processing time and improve evaluation quality to stay competitive in enrollment.
With eight community banks and hundreds of branches across the western United States, Zions processes thousands of documents every day. It was necessary for them to securely automate the handling of signature cards and other banking processes with a flexible enterprise-wide solution.
Mountains of paper felt like an avalanche to the human resources department at Western Governor’s University.
With 7,000 documents coming in each day and anticipated to increase exponentially, Click Bond needed to figure out their paper explosion.
35,000 invoices is a lot of paper and email invoices. With that type of load, aircraft can barely get off the ground. Clay Lacy needed to find a solution to lighten things up.
When Ridgeback began to move away from paper invoices, their invoice scanning solution became too much.
What do you do when your solution vendor pulls the rug out from under you? That was the situation eReplacementparts.com found themselves in.
When everything gets thrown in the mix, it’s tough to get the right flavor. Sometimes innovation comes in the most unlikely places.
Dealing with pressure is part of doing business. But when the pressure comes from your software vendor, it can be a little disconcerting.
Home grown isn’t always the best, and one agricultural company found out what next.