• Return on Investment for Procure-to-Pay Solutions

    Are you curious on how a procure-to-pay (P2P) solution can help your business? When you automate your purchasing, accounting and inventory systems, your bottom line is impacted positively. The core benefit of a P2P system is increased operating profitability. P2P reduces operating expenses by providing tools and automation to a complex process. Calculating ROI from […]

  • Part II: Tips to Prepare for P2P Implementation

    In our previous blog, we started out by giving you tips on preparing for your company’s procure-to-pay (P2P) implementation process. Today’s tips will focus on the administrative and finance templates needed during the Implementation phase. BirchStreet uses a series of templates to develop each client’s marketplace, which are critical to the success of any project. […]

  • Part I: Tips to Prepare for P2P Implementation

    The first step after an agreement is signed is the kick-off call, which begins the transition from Sales to Implementation. The implementation process is spearheaded by the BirchStreet Project Management team, which has identified critical steps and tips to ensure a smooth procure-to-pay implementation. A few of these tips are contained in the first part […]

  • BirchStreet User Group on LinkedIn

    BirchStreet Systems is excited to announce the creation of its User Group on LinkedIn. All BirchStreet users and customers are invited to join the group to engage in discussions, ask questions, share tips, give advice and provide constructive feedback to each other. BirchStreet encourages the exchange of ideas and collaboration among peers to develop a tight […]

  • Understanding Gap Compliance and ROI for Procure-to-Pay

    Discussing return on investment (ROI) is an important topic for anyone considering automating their procure-to-pay (P2P) system or considering eProcurement. Analyzing and pinpointing your company’s strengths and weaknesses is often a difficult process, unless you ask the right questions. Assessing the gap between current and desired operations is the first step in determining the modules […]

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