Five ways to accelerate your financial accounting automation journey
By on Oct 15, 2019
- Speeding up general ledger entries
- Reducing invoicing traffic jams
- Improving Master Data accuracy
- Improving compliance across key business processes
- Spending less time preparing for audits
The question is, how do you make headway on automation when your IT teams have a huge backlog of requests? The good news is that Winshuttle software doesn’t require specialized SAP programming skills, so SAP super users or analysts from your finance teams can build automation solutions with a Winshuttle-enabled Excel workbook or web form, to get the job done faster and with greater accuracy.
The table below shows the average time saved by Winshuttle customers for common financial accounting transactions versus manually entering the data via the SAP GUI. Since 2003, Winshuttle has helped thousands of companies automate their SAP processes and free up staff to work higher-value tasks.
|SAP T-code||Process||Time saved|
|FB50||Enter G/L Account Document||96%|
|FB01||Post Document: Header Data||92%|
|FV50||Park G/L Account Document||94%|
|F-02||Enter G/L Account Posting: Header Data||93%|
|FB60||Enter Vendor Invoice||96%|
|FV70||Enter Customer Invoice||92%|
|FB75||Enter Customer Credit Memo||88%|
If you’re interested in learning more about how you can use automation to make a big impact on your accounts payable, accounts receivable, and general ledger accounting processes, read the full ebook, “Five Ways to Accelerate Your Financial Accounting Automation Journey.” We hope it gives you valuable information you can use to streamline manual processes, improve data accuracy and compliance, while improving morale and giving your professional staff time back to perform higher-value work.
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