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Basware and Consus Bring the Future of Accounts Payable Automation for Enterprise Customers in APAC

02 November 2018

Basware and Consus Bring the Future of Accounts Payable Automation for Enterprise Customers in APAC

Espoo, Finland, 2 November 2018 — Basware (Nasdaq: BAS1V), the global leader in networked source-to-pay solutions, e-invoicing and innovative financing services, and Consus, a global procurement solutions integrator and services provider, hosted an event in Kuala Lumpur to showcase the future of accounts payable automation for enterprise customers. Consus sells and implements Basware offering as a value-added reseller in Asia as well as in the US and the UK.

“We wanted to share insightful discussions about the future of finance and to show what a full procure-to-pay suite of software can do to simplify business operations and spend smarter. We also showcased how putting the right data in gives businesses significant value out for your entire finance organisation,” said Holger Hibble, APAC Partner & Alliance Manager, Basware

“The discussions with our guests indicated the rising demand of accounts payable automation in APAC. Basware and Consus are looking forward to making a significant impact with our customers on optimising their working capital, automating accounts payable and providing smart analytics,” continued Hibble.

The Basware network connects more than 1 million businesses in 100 countries around the world and has more than 2,500 customers today including McDonalds, Sonic, Heineken, ADT Tyco, Toyota, Philips, ABB, etc.

Moving to digital accounts payables solution systems is simple when using automation-driven P2P solutions, such as the one from Basware.

“It provides the assurance that the invoice has been delivered and is awaiting payment as per terms — which is especially important for those struggling to gain visibility into the operations of some of their big-ticket buyers,” explained Michael Pyliotis, VP APAC, Basware.