Cloud-based AP Automation innovator Yooz Inc. was named to CFO Tech Outlook’s Top 10 Accounting Solution Provider 2018 list.
CFO Tech Outlook recognizes premier SaaS accounting solutions providers that solve for these challenges with technologically advanced solutions that are simple to use and offer time and cost savings. According to the magazine, “Many accounting software solutions have been adopted by business enterprises to keep their business finances in one convenient place. With the availability of cloud-based accounting solution softwares, this process has become more effective”.
“Transparency, traceability, mobility, and simplicity form the hallmark of Yooz”, says the company’s chief innovation officer and COO, Laurent Charpentier. In the CFO Tech Outlook special issue announcing the Top 10, Yooz is recognized as an intelligent SaaS-based AP Automation platform that comprises a state-of-the-art real-time document capture feature, called CaaS (Capture-as-a-Service) and that leverages machine learning and artificial intelligence. With the Yooz platform, invoices and documents can be approved, mailed, scanned, or processed within seconds. And the platform seamlessly integrates with most financial solutions and ERPs for a complete end-to-end procure-to-pay (P2P) workflow.
Charpentier continues, “We are so appreciative to CFO Tech Outlook for this recognition”. And as told to the magazine’s editors in the feature article, he concludes, “Looking ahead to 2018 and beyond, we are resolute to continue to drive the value of our platform by leveraging emerging technologies and adding features that further improve AP Automation and functionalities, adding value for our customers”.
A distinguished selection panel has selected the 10 Accounting Software Solution Providers that exhibit innovative technologies combined with the latest financial strategies. “These providers build solutions and services that can effectively yet economically account for a productive wealth management, keeping in mind the factor of time-focused deliveries”.