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What Procurement Processes Should Be Automated?

The big push in Procurement Automation is typically the automation of invoice processing: automatic matching, verification, and when possible, payment because paper-based invoice processing in an average organization can cost $30 or more (with some estimates that paper-based invoice processing can cost an organization as much as $60). But when an organization switches to automated […]
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