University of Toronto’s Facilities & Services Department Selects Dolphin to Enhance SAP Accounts Payable with Automation and Workflow

Dolphin’s Process Tracking System for Accounts Payable Shortens Vendor Payment Cycles, Reduces Invoice Processing Costs and Supports Reporting Demands

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High on University of Toronto’s requirements list was a flexible accounts payable solution that is totally integrated with their SAP application

Toronto, Canada and Morgan Hill, CA (PRWEB) December 12, 2013

Dolphin Enterprise Solutions Corporation (Dolphin), an SAP ® software solution and technology partner, has been chosen by the internationally-renowned University of Toronto to optimize the Facilities and Services Department’s SAP accounts payable application with automation, workflow and reporting. The University of Toronto placed 17th in the latest QS World University Rankings.

The University of Toronto’s Facilities and Services Department sought a partner to standardize the accounts payable process, help reduce the cost of processing invoices and shorten payment cycles to vendors. The new solution also needed to support accountability, audit capabilities and transparency of the business process across the organization.

“Dolphin instilled the confidence that it could meet our specific requirements that combined the best of standardized functionality with the flexibility to tailor the solution to meet our unique needs,” said Darrel Fernandopulle, Director of Financial Services at University of Toronto’s Facilities and Services Department. “Reporting is also very important to us, and with the new capabilities we will be able to capture usage statistics from utility billing information and other reports specific to our industry, internal controls and overall processing efficiency.”

“High on University of Toronto’s requirements list was a flexible accounts payable solution that is totally integrated with their SAP application and that could leverage their existing SAP investments,” said Philippe André, Executive Director of Dolphin Canada. “Dolphin’s business process solutions reside inside SAP solutions, ensure enterprise-wide visibility and are easy to use. We understand the critical nature of each vendor transaction, and our Process Tracking System for Accounts Payable (PTS-AP) solution provides a seamless way for organizations to go beyond simple system automation to produce transformative results in the procure-to-pay process.”

Dolphin’s solutions are utilized by more than a third of the FORTUNE 100™ companies deploying SAP environments. A 100 percent employee-owned business, Dolphin has averaged annual growth of 15 percent each year over the last five years thanks to increased demand of its business process management and data management solutions, as well as sales of newer products such as nearline storage (NLS) for archiving data from applications running on the SAP ERP and the HANA™ platform.

About Dolphin
Dolphin leads the way in business performance improvement for companies running SAP solutions and is the one partner that manages both data and processes. From data and information lifecycle management to end-to-end solutions for procure-to-pay and order-to-cash processes based on SAP software, Dolphin delivers a competitive advantage that drives cost savings, optimizes cash flows and fosters a lower total cost of ownership. Leveraging SAP technology, Dolphin’s data lifecycle and business process management solutions and add-on applications with SAP-certified integration have built-in flexibility and are designed to be tailored to each customer’s specific business processes and IT environments.

The company was founded in 1995 and has offices in San Jose, CA, Philadelphia, PA and Toronto, Canada. Dolphin’s smart, adaptable and proven solutions are implemented by hundreds of companies across North America and around the world. To learn more, contact us at contact(at)dolphin-corp(dot)com or visit http://www.dolphin-corp.com.


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