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ReadSoft Releases Process Director

ReadSoft  has announced the launch of their new mobile app at the 2014 SAPPHIRE Annual Conference. The app provides ReadSoft users access to SAP features that are now consolidated and unified, as well as access to a value-added supplier portal.

Called Process Director, the new app is the most widely implemented Accounts Payable (AP) automation solution for SAP. By working inside SAP it provides a end-to-end business solution for automated invoice approval, customer order processing, delivery note handling, journal entry handling, and more.

Per Åkerberg, President and CEO of ReadSoft, said in a released statement “We are confident that with PROCESS DIRECTOR 7.3 we have the best value proposition in our industry for SAP customers and are eager to share this latest release among the esteemed SAPPHIRE/ASUG community. More customers streamline AP automation using ReadSoft than any other technology, and now they can use the same proven solution to achieve an even stronger ROI on their SAP investments.”

His sentiments were echoed by ReadSoft Executive Vice President.

“PROCESS DIRECTOR 7.3 is a robust solution release and exciting step forward in our long-standing partnership with the SAP community,” said Björn Karlsson, ReadSoft Executive Vice President, Product Management and Senior Vice President, Labs. “By standardizing these value-added offerings inside of our signature SAP solution, we have answered our customers and the market. The enhanced flexibility and scalability of the solution helps SAP customers reduce costs and improve service to their clients, both inside and outside of their companies.”

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