Automating the Procure-to-Pay Process with Bot Store

MUKUND SRIGOPAL | May 19, 2018

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Procure-to-Pay refers to the process of sourcing, ordering, receiving and making payment for materials or goods that an organization requires to operate. Because it usually involves several organizations buyer and vendors, departments purchasing, operations, logistics, accounts payable etc., applications ERP, CRM, Accounting, BPM etc. and workflows, the Procure-to-Pay process can be considerably complex, especially in large organizations.

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Using simulation to build tomorrow’s electrified heavy equipment

Article | May 18, 2021

Competition among established OEMs and start-ups is at a fever pitch as the race to design and develop a fully electric vehicle that meets both customer and regulatory demands continues. The heavy equipment industry, from agricultural to construction, are in the same position. Stringent regulations to reduce or remove pollutant levels and emissions, and customer demand for lower total cost of ownership and customization are causing a shift to bring electrified heavy equipment to market.

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