FS² Accounts Payable
- Immediate validation and presentation of all exceptions in one screen
- Simple workload segregation to support larger teams of accountants working in parallel
- Automated exception handling- and approval-workflows
- SAP GUI, SAP FIORI, Web-, Mobile, and Email-integration
- Audit-proof processes
- Proactive fraud prevention
- Improved regulatory compliance
"Over the years, we have reviewed and implemented many SAP-integrated Accounts Payable solutions. Serrala’s FS² Accounts Payable addresses especially the needs of Shared Service centers with various complex posting scenarios.
It’s the best we have seen so far”
Since COVID 19 and the subsequent lock-down around the world, the key argument for automation is business continuity, and this is especially true for AP-automation. Only automation enables you to ensure compliant but efficient processing of your suppliers’ invoices with very limited manual efforts, it reduces the risk of duplicate payments, overpayments, pricing errors or fraud.
FS² Accounts Payable is a key component of Serrala’s Procure-to-Pay (P2P) solution, it is seamlessly integrated into SAP (ECC and S4/HANA-certified) and allows exception handling in SAP GUI, SAP FIORI, through Web- and Mobile frontends and by eMail.
Serrala’s P2P solution provides you with a complete outbound payment ecosystem that improves the speed, accuracy and transparency of invoice processing by completely automating it from the moment invoices are received to the moment they are paid.
In opposite to other SAP-integrated AP-solutions, FS² Accounts Payable was specially designed to address the needs of a centralized accounting in a single hub, with many features that Financial Shared Services Centres will value very much.
FS² Accounts Payable caters for most (Asian!) customer requirements out-of-the-box and requires very little customization. Where we invested many man-days in project-specific developments in the past, Serrala’s FS² Accounts Payable solution allows to achieve better results by simple configuration, and thus reduces the implementation efforts at least by 50%.