Master Accounts Payable
Automate accounts payable and all of the back-office functions that go along with it, slashing costs and improving processes!
In need of a better way to manage AP?
Processing invoices, dealing with ad hoc requests and making payments to suppliers around the world has become such a task in the corporate world that virtually everybody has an Accounts Payable team. Their work is critical to business success and to the relationships with suppliers, but very often they are the main bottleneck in payments being cleared.
Finverity offers full automation of accounts payable by linking our payment infrastructure to your ERP or accounting system and paying suppliers when invoices reach maturity. You gain access to a dashboard that tracks all invoices and payments in real-time allowing for simple reconciliation. Furthermore, Finverity offers currency exchanges at a fraction of the banking costs and will automatically pay suppliers in their desired currency.
We also know that you don’t want to hold the risk of currency fluctuation. So, our simple and intuitive FX Hedging tool allows you to pre-agree a currency exchange rate for future outgoing payment and ensure that you have 100% certainty of how much needs to be paid. All of it is fully automated… of course!
The automation offered by Finverity’s platform means more work can be done by fewer people who require lower levels of support from other business functions. Furthermore, the processes get more efficient as the amount of human error is minimised.
Paying your suppliers on time and offering them the ability to be paid early keeps them happy and motivated to deliver high-quality goods and services in a timely manner. You can rest assured no payment will be missed so that you never lose a contract from a big supplier or fail to get inventory when it’s most needed.
As an official SAP partner and a technology-focused firm, our team has vast experience in ERP and Accounting System integration. We will work with your team to set up the workflow that will minimise disruption to your daily operations and automate processes.
Alex joins Finverity as Head of Corporate Sales & Origination and brings over 35 years of trade and supply chain finance experience.
The Greensill debacle contains lessons from reforming government lobbying to ensuring that supply chain financing technology provides the asset transparency, processing efficiency and operational control that lenders need. Among those key lessons is a throwback to the 2008 financial crisis: concentration kills.
Supply chain finance is an attractive, low-risk source of uncorrelated returns for investors and a useful treasury tool for companies of all sizes as long as there is transparency into underlying assets and the right technology underpins programmes.