ORLANDO, Fla.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Esker, a worldwide leader in document process automation solutions, pioneer in cloud computing and an SAP partner, today announced that it will participate at SAPPHIRE NOW® and ASUG Annual Conference being held June 5–7 in Orlando, Florida, at booth #379. At the event, Esker will showcase its AI engine and discuss how machine learning is shaping the future of document processing.
Esker’s order-to-cash and procure-to-pay suites of document process automation solutions include:
- Order processing automation
- Paper-free accounts payable (AP) invoice processing
- Automated accounts receivable (AR) invoice delivery and collections management
- Electronic purchasing
- Mail services and cloud faxing
Esker will demonstrate how — by leveraging artificial intelligence — AP, AR, collections management and sales order processing automation can enhance the customer experience when integrated with existing SAP® solutions. Booth visitors will have access to demo stations to learn more about Esker’s solutions and the AI engine on which they are built.
Steve Smith, U.S. chief operating officer at Esker, will host a speaking session at SAPPHIRE NOW discussing the typical shortcomings of manual order management and how digital transformation can remake the customer as the focal point of an organization. This discussion will showcase how Esker’s solution — integrated with SAP software — removes costly bottlenecks and low-value order activities to help customer service staff work smarter, not harder. Attendees can join Smith’s session on Wednesday, June 6 at 4:00 p.m. at location Services and Support SE201.
“The tight integration of Esker’s solutions with SAP software interface enables customers to take advantage of automated processes that help improve productivity and reduce manual errors,” said Smith. “SAPPHIRE NOW provides the opportunity to demonstrate how Esker’s automation solutions integrate with SAP software to lower costs, increase visibility and improve customer experience.”
Additionally, Norman Lyon, director of global client services at LifeNet Health Services, an Esker client, will host a speaking session on the benefits of order management automation. This discussion will cover how leveraging an SAP-certified solution led to streamlined available-to-promise (ATP) and consignment order processing, as well as faster and more accurate handling of potentially life-saving orders. Lyon will also discuss how a convenient self-service portal can result in lean growth and happier customers and staff members. Attendees can join Lyon’s session on Tuesday, June 5 at 2:00 p.m. at location S330F.
SAPPHIRE NOW and ASUG Annual Conference are the world’s premier business technology event and largest SAP customer-run conference, offering attendees the opportunity to learn and network with customers, SAP executives, partners, and experts across the entire SAP ecosystem.
Esker is a worldwide leader in cloud-based document process automation software. Esker solutions, including the acquisition of the TermSync accounts receivable solution in 2015, help organizations of all sizes to improve efficiencies, accuracy, visibility and costs associated with business processes. Esker provides on-demand and on-premises software to automate accounts payable, order processing, accounts receivable, purchasing and more.
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. In 2017, Esker generated 76.1 million euros in total sales revenue. For more information on Esker and its solutions, visit www.esker.com. Follow Esker on Twitter @EskerInc and join the conversation on the Esker blog at blog.esker.com.
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