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AI Plays the Leading Role in Outlier Detection

Outlier Detection. While it sounds a bit like the next TV crime drama — it’s actually closer to a reality show. An outlier is an element of a data set that distinctly stands out from the rest of the data (the black sheep of the family). Outlier detection is simply the identification of these rare items, events, or observations. In business, we speak about outlier detection predominately as a way to catch potential errors and identify risks. It’s difficult to do, mainly because businesses generate so much data. Finding the one little thing that’s not like the other can end up being a full-time job - but that was before Artificial Intelligence (AI) entered the scene.

How Marketplace Changes are Affecting Budgeting and Planning

Budgeting and planning used to be a once-a-year task seen as a necessary evil, something that no one looked forward to. It’s quite possible that many of us still see it that way — but increasingly, companies understand that budgeting and planning are vital and strategic tasks, essential to every fiscally healthy organization. There are some powerful stand-alone adaptive planning solutions, on the market, but many turn out to be expensive and time-consuming to implement, and difficult and overly-complex to use.

How AR Automation Tools Help Close the Cash Flow Gap

A business can close the year showing a solid profit but still find itself out of money. Receipts often lag behind sales, suppliers expect payments and loans come due — creating a cash flow gap. A positive cash flow is critical to your business’s operation & success, and is a key indicator of a healthy, well-run company. Surprisingly, many companies do not have real-time visibility into their cash positions, robbing them of the ability to make strategic decisions and even potentially putting them in a position of insolvency. What is the cash flow gap — and how can AR Automation applications help close the gap?

AP Automation — How Does it Work and How Much Will it Save Me?

One of the few winners in 2020 was automation. With employees working from home — or not working at all — businesses had to further prioritize doing more with less. One logical place to introduce automation is into the accounts payable processing cycle. Lots of repetitive tasks, many approval steps, and lots of paperwork make AP Automation a favorite with businesses across every industry. What is AP Automation and how does it differ from its cousin Procure-to-Pay? What are the benefits and how can you select the best application for your organization?