Author: Matthew Panayides, Head of Service Delivery, Namos Solutions
For many years working within Oracle Managed Services, I see the same issues time and time again, and one of these struggles are where organisations cannot efficiently keep on top of their Purchase Orders that require receipting.
This causes many frustrations for the Accounts Payable team who are forever chasing the business and Financial Accountants who have to deal with inaccurate recording of costs and liabilities due to delays in processing transactions. This has an impact to reported profits for a specific period and the suppliers who are waiting payment for items or services they have delivered, putting strain on relationships.
I especially see this impact those who are out and about, off site and do not have immediate access to a desktop or laptop. It creates such an admin burden and a drain on resources.
Well, look no further for this game changer! In Oracles 23A’s quarterly release you can now create a receipt and/or return orders on the go via the Oracle Responsive Self-Service Receiving application under the ‘My Receipts (New)’ tile on any mobile or tablet device.
If you’re as excited as we are about this functionality, or any other new 23A features listed on the below link, please get in touch on the contact details below to discuss how Namos Managed Services can support you in enabling and utilising this feature.
About Namos Solutions
Namos Solutions are an award-winning Oracle OPN Modernised Partner specialising in the implementation and support of ERP, EPM and HCM business solutions, both in the Cloud and on-premise.
Although based in central London, we work wherever our clients need us to be. Many leading organisations located all over the world trust and rely on our expertise to deliver industry-leading business solutions. Namos customers can currently be found in the UK, Europe, Middle East, Asia Pacific, North America and Africa.
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