Learn how automating 5 of the most valuable SAP processes in accounts payable, accounts receivable, and general ledger accounting is helping finance teams accelerate their SAP journey.
For many Shared Service Centres it’s their SAP data processes that are proving to be the bottleneck in delivering a faster, more cost-effective service. In this webinar we’ll discuss the barriers to efficient processes and how we can help you lower your cost per transaction across core areas including: Order-to-Cash, Hire-to-Retire, Record-to-Report, Procure-to-Pay and Master Data Management.
Learn how Institut Pasteur utilized Winshuttle to streamline their SAP financials, leading to significant time savings and increased data quality and accuracy.
Financial operation automation is key to reducing the amount of time required to manually enter data, as well as reducing the errors that inevitably result from manual processes. Learn how Amber Bonnell and Lana Andrews use consistent Excel templates to take asset transfer time from 2 weeks down to just 2 hours, and how Winshuttle has helped them increase efficiency and improve accuracy in the Fixed Asset Management department at Kelloggs.
The need to eliminate process variance for end users and host Excel macros in a structured environment is imperative for shared services organizations. Hear Director of Finance & Accounting Processes Kartsen Lund talk about how A.P. Moller Maersk used Winshuttle to improve transactional productivity, reduce the need for end-user training and IT involvement, and achieve an estimated 400% return on investment within 1 year.
Learn how the finance team at Murray Energy Corporation, the largest privately held coal mining company in the United States, uses both Winshuttle Transaction and Runner to automate SAP data transactions, saving A/R clerks significant time on invoice generation.
Learn how French-based Alpina Savoie, a worldwide leading producer and distributor of pasta, couscous, semolina, and polenta, used Winshuttle Transaction to update 100,000 FICO transactions in a fraction of the time previously spent on the project.