Ryan Companies US, Inc. Optimizes Oracle JD Edwards Implementation with Advanced Capabilities from Bottomline for Financial Process Automation
Portsmouth - 10 July 2007
Bottomline Technologies (NASDAQ: EPAY), a leading provider of collaborative payment and invoice automation solutions, today announced that Ryan Companies US, Inc., a national commercial real estate firm, has optimized its Oracle JD Edwards implementation with advanced capabilities from Bottomline for automating components of its payment, invoice and purchase order processes.
“As a company, introducing new levels of efficiency into existing business processes is an ongoing initiative and our migration to the EnterpriseOne environment provided us with the opportunity to rethink our approach to generating and distributing checks and other transactional documents,” said Bryan Volk, Controller, Ryan Companies US, Inc. “Leveraging Bottomline’s platform to streamline these processes will not only allow our organization to operate more efficiently but increase the speed with which we are able to conduct business.”
Bottomline’s award-winning platform allows organizations to automate and manage business processes that rely heavily on transactional documents. Through the electronic composition, routing, delivery and storage of transactional documents, organizations can operate and interact with customers and suppliers more efficiently and cost-effectively. Integrating with industry-leading Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems, organizations such as Ryan Companies US, Inc. can leverage the platform to quickly create and deliver these electronic documents across multiple communication channels such as fax, email, print or the Web.
“For organizations seeking to extend the value of their ERP systems, our solution provides capabilities that go beyond electronic document generation to address complete processes for handling, distribution and archive of transactional documents,” said Rick Bell, Vice President and General Manager of Bottomline Technologies. “This is critical not only to the reduction of expense, but also to improving and streamlining business interactions between our customers and their business partners.”
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