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Inspyrus Debuts Invoice App For AP Professionals


Accounts payable solutions firms Inspyrus announced a mobile app aimed at enabling invoice management for AP professionals on the go.

An announcement on Monday (Sept. 19) said Inspyrus revealed its new app at the Oracle OpenWorld 2016 event. The tool, developed on the Oracle Mobile Cloud Service, provides invoice automation for a mobile platform.

The company said the app aims to provide AP executives a solution that goes beyond email-based invoice review and approval. Users can receive push notifications for incoming invoices, view outstanding invoices that are past-due or discounted, manage discounts, add comments to outstanding invoices and more.

When used on iOS devices, Inspyrus’ app can also support Touch ID authentication, the company said.

“Inspyrus has always made it easy to review and approve invoices via email,” said the company’s founder and CEO, Nilay Banker, in a statement. “With our new Inspyrus Mobile app, key facets of invoice management become available to on-the-go AP managers and line of business requestors and approvers, via native, responsive apps on their iPhones, iPads and Android-powered devices.”

“The ability to view all the details of invoices a manager is responsible for and perform the necessary processes while traveling and working with vendors is a huge boon to productivity and workforce automation,” Banker continued. “This is another example of our unwavering passion for innovating finance operations and technology leadership.”

In a separate statement, Oracle Vice President of Mobile Strategy and Product Management Suhas Uliyar noted that Oracle’s Mobile Cloud Service enables companies to develop their own mobile apps.

“Inspryus’ new mobile app leverages the advantages built into Oracle Mobile Cloud Service, giving managers real-time alerts and actionable insight into their invoice processes,” the executive said.

According to Inspyrus, its invoice management technology is patent-pending and can automate up to 90 percent of accounts payable workflows.



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