Every company needs a solid workflow process established. Especially procurement teams that have a direct impact on the organization’s bottom line. Procurement workflows have gone from paper forms to online forms. Nevertheless, most purchasing executives spend the bulk of their day chasing emails, hunting spreadsheets, and processing paperwork.
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Validation processes helps you :
Achieve much of the decision-making workflow with almost no effort. Sourcing Force brings your procurement strategy transparency, procurement managers know exactly who placed a request and what vendor is providing the resources.
Eliminate human error
Enter data manually like invoices, PO’s or deliveries can be a nightmare and turn into a potential mess. Without any automation tool, each purchase may go through several manual processes and you might easily lose track of some key data eventually. Sourcing Force helps your business organize and build well-defined automated workflows
Achieve cost savings
Sourcing Force’s automation tools improve processing time and considerably minimize errors to help your organization save money and increase productivity. For instance, you will be able to avoid payment delays that could lead your company to interrupt workflows and ensure that all of your payment are processed on time using Sourcing Force
Smarter and faster approval process
When it comes to the purchase order workflow, it is fundamental to ensure accuracy and regularity at all times. Yet, when a purchase order is processed manually, these two parameters suffer greatly. Sourcing Force allows you to create and customize your own purchase approval workflow, and thus will ensure compliance as well as validate purchase orders regularly on time.
Invoice approval workflow
Review and approve invoice requests online
In today’s market, you usually can’t backtrack once a purchase has been processed. Integrating Sourcing Force’s automated invoice approval workflow will increase your productivity, reduce risks, and cut costs by streamlining your decision making processes and eliminating human errors.
« We are really satisfied about our collaboration with Sourcing Force, the modules definitely suit our needs and keep evolving as we grow »
— Franck Bourquard E-Procurement Project Manager at LEM
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