SoftCo is delighted to announce the successful roll-out of its cutting-edge Accounts Payable Automation solution with US company, Timber Products. Headquartered Springfield, Oregon, Timber Products is one of the largest producers of diversified wood products in North America. The Company produces plywood, veneer, softwood products, hardwood lumber, particleboard, and decorative laminates from 9 manufacturing facilities in the US, while also offering wood trading and transportation services.
Timber Products accelerated their plans to automate their AP Process following the shift to remote working. It became apparent that existing manual processes were not sufficient for this new way of working, with increased costs and a reduction in control and visibility. SoftCoAP will now fully automate the processing of their supplier invoices, encompassing capture, matching, approval, and query management, thus removing manual touchpoints, reducing costs and providing 100% control and visibility. SoftCoAP is integrated with their existing ERP Microsoft Dynamics AX.
Commenting on the project completion, Sarah Schack, AP & Purchasing Manager, Timber Products Company said:
“Our AP department has had to deal with a lot of operational changes recently with the onset of the current pandemic and remote working. SoftCo’s Accounts Payable Solution will allow our AP department to quickly adapt and embrace these challenges. Being able to automate the AP process will have a major impact on our organization.”
For over 30 years, SoftCo has delivered finance automation solutions that streamline processes, reduce costs, and ensure full financial control, compliance, and visibility. SoftCo is a global organization with offices in the USA, Ireland, the UK, and the Nordics. SoftCo is SOC2, ISO 27001 and SAHKE2 certified in addition to being a Microsoft Gold Partner and AWS Advanced Technology Partner. Over one million business users worldwide across all industry sectors use SoftCo solutions including SunnyD, the Finnish Government, Primark, Patagonia and PwC.