Procure to Pay
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Procure to Pay

Since January, 2016

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How hard is it to set up P2P with Lawson? What is the timeframe and functional resources required? What were the benefits that you saw from using the P2P system?

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HI Joy, AVS does not offer a P2P solution at this time....

Thank you
HI Joy, AVS does not offer a P2P solution at this time.... Thank you
I wasn't part of the go live back in 1996, but from what I understand, it took about a year. As for benefits: here it was all about automation and auditing. About 97% of all PO Lines are entered via the requisition system: RQC, RQ10 or IC142. Only around 20% have to be reviewed or modified by the buyer before being issued, and about 96% of the POs are issued electronically.

We only have 832s for our main med-surg distributor, so Receiving is still fairly manual here.
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In addition to EDI invoicing, we have an email box for AP and ALL invoices route through our imaging system prior to attempting to match in Lawson.

We have 1300 requesters set up in our system and with the automation, they are handled by 15 coordinators (buyers) in a centralized SCM office. The automation allows us to provide more analytical support to our users and provides an audit trail that our annual auditors offsite - they can find everything they need in the reporting. Show less...
I wasn't part of the go live back in 1996, but from what I understand, it took about a year. As for benefits: here it was all about automation and auditing. About 97% of all PO Lines are entered via the requisition system: RQC, RQ10 or IC142. Only around 20% have to be reviewed or modified by the buyer before being issued, and about 96% of the POs are issued electronically. We only have 832s for our main med-surg distributor, so Receiving is still fairly manual here. In addition to EDI invoicing, we have an email box for AP and ALL invoices route through our imaging system prior to attempting to match in Lawson. We have 1300 requesters set up in our system and with the automation, they are handled by 15 coordinators (buyers) in a centralized SCM office. The automation allows us to provide more analytical support to our users and provides an audit trail that our annual auditors offsite - they can find everything they need in the reporting.
Hello Joy. Where you able to implement P2P? If so, what solution did you use?
Hello Joy. Where you able to implement P2P? If so, what solution did you use?
Wed, May, 16th 2018

BC:

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Article:

Item Add-Cost

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We are currently trying to roll AOC i.e. freight into the value of inventory. We have had some success doing this by leveraging the Item Add-On Cost on line level of the PO when freight is known. However, the freight is often not known up front. I would like to know if the Zero Cost field can be used in cases like this and has anyone had success using it? Thanks.
Procure to Pay
We are currently trying to roll AOC i.e. freight into the value of inventory. We have had some success doing this by leveraging the Item Add-On Cost on line level of the PO when freight is known. However, the freight is often not known up front. I would like to know if the Zero Cost field can be used in cases like this and has anyone had success using it? Thanks.
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Fri, June, 10th 2016

BC:
Hello Digital Concourse Community! Don't forget that @BrianRosenberg is your Procure to Pay Thought Leader. This group is here for you to post questions, helpful resources, and collaborate!

#DigitalConcourse #InforLawson Read more... #ProcureToPay #ThoughtLeader #Collaborate Show less...
Hello Digital Concourse Community! Don't forget that @BrianRosenberg is your Procure to Pay Thought Leader. This group is here for you to post questions, helpful resources, and collaborate! #DigitalConcourse #InforLawson #ProcureToPay #ThoughtLeader #Collaborate
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Mon, February, 8th 2016

BC:
Hello Brian - We are looking forward to your Thought Leadership in this community! Welcome!
Hello Brian - We are looking forward to your Thought Leadership in this community! Welcome!
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Fri, January, 29th 2016

BC:
Welcome to the Procure to Pay Thought Leader Group!

First, I wanted to introduce myself. My name is Brian Rosenberg, and I have been asked to lead this discussion group as a thought leader. In my role as thought leader I will be sharing articles, my views, and information with the group and helping to encourage and facilitate conversation between group members.

The purpose of this group will be to share information about optimization and automation of Procure to Pay  Read more...processes. That discussion will include use of technologies, including both use of Infor and third party technologies. It will also include discussion about process improvement and best practices as it relates to Procure to Pay. Most important, it is a forum for you to ask questions and obtain input from myself and others to help you with your challenges.

What do I mean when I refer to Procure to Pay? Procure to Pay refers to the entire process of acquiring and paying for goods and services, from the requisition process all the way through invoice payment. It includes processes related to approval, deciding who to buy from, invoice receipt, and payment processing. We will discuss best practices as it related everything from requisition approval to electronic payments, and everything in between.

I need your input to help to make this group a success. Read the articles posted by myself and others and share your thoughts. Do you agree or disagree? Have a better idea? Please share it. Success Story (or failure?), please share. Ask questions, challenge each other, and have fun.

I look forward to our conversations.

Brian G. Rosenberg
brosenberg@trgconsulting.com


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Welcome to the Procure to Pay Thought Leader Group! First, I wanted to introduce myself. My name is Brian Rosenberg, and I have been asked to lead this discussion group as a thought leader. In my role as thought leader I will be sharing articles, my views, and information with the group and helping to encourage and facilitate conversation between group members. The purpose of this group will be to share information about optimization and automation of Procure to Pay processes. That discussion will include use of technologies, including both use of Infor and third party technologies. It will also include discussion about process improvement and best practices as it relates to Procure to Pay. Most important, it is a forum for you to ask questions and obtain input from myself and others to help you with your challenges. What do I mean when I refer to Procure to Pay? Procure to Pay refers to the entire process of acquiring and paying for goods and services, from the requisition process all the way through invoice payment. It includes processes related to approval, deciding who to buy from, invoice receipt, and payment processing. We will discuss best practices as it related everything from requisition approval to electronic payments, and everything in between. I need your input to help to make this group a success. Read the articles posted by myself and others and share your thoughts. Do you agree or disagree? Have a better idea? Please share it. Success Story (or failure?), please share. Ask questions, challenge each other, and have fun. I look forward to our conversations. Brian G. Rosenberg brosenberg@trgconsulting.com
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