Consulting for financial supply chain shows including Status quo of E-Docs Frankfurt, 21 February 2013 as would be nice, if from the paper invoice would a smart document: it shows exactly the Bonpago GmbH, a consulting firm specializing in accounting and finance, at the CeBIT 2013 (Hall 7, C25, joint booth of the State of Hesse). Today business partners more frequent electronic exchange their bills; the media is so but not completely overcome. Because the information contained does not automatically flow from one ERP system to the other. As a result, Accounting acts long not as efficient as it could be. E-Invoicing suffers from too many solutions and standards, as well as the large number of participating either as senders or receivers. What to get the different intentions under a hat? The solution is Bonpago in the aforementioned intelligent documents. You provide the requested information in the form, the user needs.
And not only that Billing information for the accountants, but all documents and data in the financial supply chain (FSC), with which many internal processes can be improved. By raising up to pay our principle of intelligent documents includes far more than just invoices to replace”, explains Dr. Donovan Pfaff, Managing Director of Bonpago GmbH. The transmitted data can also for other areas such as keeping track of open items or the liquidity planning, to improve the cash flow. Already in the procurement process, the partners can benefit from intelligent documents. It applies to vacate all confounding factors out of the way and finding the lowest common denominator.
Consequently, savings in the double-digit percentage range and added value, which positively affect such as working capital will be”, so Dr. Donovan Pfaff. Simplified the idea that looks in practice: the sender sends a document in PDF format via email direction receiver. This or an upstream service providers recorded those contained Information and process it via special applications so that they flow directly into the respective specialist applications.