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Accsys Consulting is a renowned Canberra-based company, established in 1992, offering specialised financial management and information technology consulting services to valued public and private sector organisations. Our enduring commitment is to assist clients in developing their customer relationship management (CRM), enterprise resource planning (ERP), and financial management information systems (FMIS). We achieve this through a highly skilled team proficient in the implementation and support of leading software solutions like Sage Intacct, Sage 300 and Sage CRM.

With an impressive track record spanning over 30 years, the directors and staff of Accsys Consulting have continually demonstrated their expertise in successfully implementing and supporting Sage Intacct, Sage 300 and Sage CRM solutions. Our team includes Chartered Accountants who possess the expertise to aid clients in financial statement preparation, auditor liaison, and grant acquittal statement review.

Our exceptional reputation has been built upon delivering effective solutions, ensuring prompt implementation, and providing reliable personal service. Today, our respected clientele encompasses public sector organisations, listed public companies, not-for-profit organisations, and private companies.

The exceptional quality of our service makes us proud to have successfully implemented and supported Sage Intacct, Sage CRM and Sage 300 across sites throughout Australia, with a significant number of our clients within the Canberra region.

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How e-invoicing can assist to reduce costs and lift productivity

How e-invoicing can assist to reduce costs and lift productivity

Gone are the days when invoicing meant lots of paperwork and many hours spent entering data. Advances in digital tech have ushered in the era of e-invoicing, which enables businesses to send invoices directly from one organisation’s financial systems to another.  The move to e-invoicing has been happening for some time, Simeon Duncan, Intuit’s senior manager of International Corporate Affairs.

Advantages of e-invoicing

A key plus of e-invoicing is not having to manually handle invoices, which slashes the processing time. There is no need to manually scan or rekey invoices into financial systems, chase missing information on paper files or make corrections.

“Despite the advances of the digital era, a lot of business process still involves friction – particularly an antiquated process such as keying in invoices,” Duncan explains.

“So, the electronic invoices are all about that automated exchange of invoice information directly from the buyer to the suppliers’ account systems. It reduces the time taken to enter data, but also the receiver can see in their system what invoices have been received, check the line items, and add them into the system for payment to remove that friction.”

Beefed-up security

Another advantage of going electronic is increased security for payers. While manual invoicing leaves organisations exposed to the risk of paying fraudulent invoices, Duncan says e-invoicing has built-in checks and balances to mitigate threats from criminal actors.

“E-invoicing significantly reduces the risk of paying fraudulent invoices because all Australian businesses using the Pan-European Public Procurement Online (PEPPOL) network are registered and identified using their ABN. This is important for all organisations given the high cost associated with fraud.”

Read more at Acuity magazine November 2021

Find out more about the savings that e-invoice can provide to your business.

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