To extend and drive new capabilities from its Microsoft Dynamics AX 2009 implementation
Bottomline Technologies has reported that Iroko Pharmaceuticals has selected Bottomline to extend and drive new capabilities from its Microsoft Dynamics AX 2009 implementation.
The company has claimed that Bottomline’s document process automation solutions allow organisations to streamline business processes that rely heavily on paper-based documents. By automating the routing, delivery and storage of transactional documents such as invoices, payments and purchase orders, organisations can operate more efficiently and cost-effectively. Bottomline’s solutions enable users to manage electronic documents across multiple communication channels.
Michael Burke, manager, Financial Analysis of Iroko Pharmaceuticals, said: Given our global client base and multiple company divisions, we needed a highly efficient and cost-effective approach to producing documents which meet the many country-specific requirements we are subject to. Bottomline’s capabilities provide the flexibility we desire without a costly or time-consuming implementation, and eliminate the need for custom programming every time changes are required to be made to transactional documents and forms.
Rick Bell, SVP and GM of Bottomline Technologies, said: We have established a track record for providing flexible and cost-effective solutions that allow organisations running Microsoft Dynamics AX to achieve new levels of automation, flexibility and capability. We’re delighted to welcome Iroko Pharmaceuticals to Bottomline and are confident our solution set will enable them to drive global improvements in their business processes.