St. Louis, MO (PRWEB) June 05, 2014
Award-winning safety products and services provider Arbill Industries, Inc. has selected DataServ, the global Software as a Service (SaaS) enterprise content management (ECM) provider of cloud-based document and process workflow automation solutions, to automate and streamline their accounts payable (AP) process. This purchase to pay (P2P) solution includes DataServ’s AutoVouch™ and Vendor Setup Request capabilities, which will provide the Arbill staff with a complete solution to their invoice processing needs. Established in 1945, Philadelphia-based Arbill has grown into one of the largest safety products providers in the world.
“We chose DataServ to automate our P2P process because they provided us with a single solution that ensures visibility across all AP transactions,” says Tom Strauss, Arbill’s Chief Financial Officer. “In addition, DataServ offered a way to formalize and enforce controls around new vendor creation along with the ability to leverage technology so that additional headcount is not required in the future as we grow.”
DataServ Managing Partner Jeff Haller adds: “We are pleased Arbill chose our AP automation solution. Arbill is a world renowned organization with an international reputation of providing the highest quality safety products and services, and DataServ is pleased to provide our expertise and solutions to such a highly regarded company.”
DataServ is a global SaaS provider of document and process workflow automation solutions for the financial operations and human resources functions. A Cloud Computing pioneer, they developed the first commercially viable ECM SaaS in the world. Serving organizations worldwide since 1994, DataServ streamlines and lowers costs within Accounts Payable via their Purchase to Pay (P2P) solution set (including Expense Report Automation and Purchase Order Requisition Automation), Accounts Receivable with Quote to Cash (Q2C), and Human Resources through Hire to Retire (H2R) by capturing documents and data and automating business processes.