Procure to Pay (P2P) Health Check

Procure to Pay (P2P) Health Check

Is your P2P Process running efficiently?

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Much like a health check at the doctors, this independent review of your P2P Processes is to ensure that your end to end Purchasing and Invoicing is running as smoothly and efficiently as possible. How does the P2P process in accounts payable, impact invoice processing? How often do you hear, “Where do I send this?”, “This system doesn’t work”, “Why didn’t the software read that?”.

What are the benefits of having a 100% Purchase Order process?

Our customers have seen a 200% improvement in processing their invoices when they introduced a No PO - No Pay policy. Maximising straight throughput and a significant reduction in time and effort enabling additional cost savings.   

At Arcivate we can review your day to day processes to validate whether you are doing things correctly. Having an effective procurement process in place provides a significant number of business benefits, improves supplier relationships, and enable automation and controls in processing supplier invoices.


When should you consider a P2P Health Check?

When should you consider a P2P Health Check?

Are you considering replacing your existing software solution? Are you not feeling the benefits you expected of a solution that has been implemented?

A P2P health check will audit your existing software and processes and validate if you are getting the best out of your system.


As often we hear from customers – “Yes, we are 100% PO but typically we raise the PO after the invoice arrives, (Retrospective Purchase orders)! Once we receive the invoice, then we receipt the goods.” 


What does a P2P Health Check entail?

Arcivate’s consultants have a wealth of experience in implementing, reviewing and improving "Procure to Pay" processes. The solution is not just about the software, what is often overlooked is the manual steps and human operations that need to be undertaken to enable your P2P process to work. Arcivate will review the three components in the process, Purchasing, Accounts Payable and your ERP platform.

P2P health-check for Procurement and Accounts Payable Invoice Automation


Contact Arcivate today to see how we can provide a P2P Health Check and to obtain a comprehensive report on how you score against the market and where improvements could be realised.


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A Health Check will validate whether:

item-styleYour Purchasing process is easy to use, catalogues are up to date and the ability to approve.
item-styleAre your Invoices are being received through the correct channels?
item-styleDoes your Master Data reflect the day to day business?
item-styleDoes your AP team know where to send invoices?
item-styleHave your AP teams added extra manual steps to a process?
item-styleAre your teams duplicating effort?
item-styleAre you engaging with your suppliers correctly?


Health check for Procurement and Accounts Payable processes

Procure to Pay - No PO No Pay Policy – the key benefits and challenges

No PO No Pay policy

No PO No Pay Policy – the key benefits and challenges

“No PO No Pay” is a simple concept: If an invoice is received from a supplier with No PO associated with it, the invoice will not get paid.  The overriding objective is to improve efficiencies in your procurement processes – making it easier to track expenditure through the purchase order history and it promotes best practices in channelling company expenditure through a formalised procurement process.





Mi Invoices. Cloud Automated Invoice Processing Software for Accounts Payable

Mi Invoices

Invoice Automation Software in the Cloud for Accounts Payable 

Automated Invoice Processing Software providing Intelligent Document Recognition.
Mi Invoices is a SaaS automated invoice processing cloud service that is fully integrated into Oracle Fusion and E-Business Suite ERP applications.



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