Robotic Accounting promises a future in which humans can engage in useful things, while the robot takes over all the repetitive things. (Here’s how the robot does that) In this blog we are going to discuss where Robotic Accounting can be used and how we are able to do invoice automation using robotics.
The familiar road is often the easiest. Workflows that function well in their current form do not immediately ask for a review. It works, right? Why tinker when everyone is satisfied? Yet routine and familiarity can be your pitfall. There is a considerable difference between effective and efficient.
Cloud computing is a combination of technologies that make up a network for the delivery of computing services. It requires hardware for infrastructural purposes and software to deliver the on-demand services over the internet. Users of cloud services are not actively involved in the management of the network.
Excel can do a lot, low-code platforms can do more. Even though spreadsheets seem to be easy to use and function undoubtedly in the way it is intended, security risks are an inherent part of this way of work. And does Excel really work as efficiently as you think? In this blog: Excel vs low-code platforms.
Automation changes the world. Whereas bookkeepers used to check boxes full of receipts and expense claims. Nowadays, this work is fully digital. Even accountancy, also subject to automation, is a changing profession. In this blog, we will look specifically at the accountant’s position in SMEs in 2017.