A: SnapAP has a built in Delegation module that allows your employees to delegate their approval authority, eliminating potential delays in processing invoices due to employee vacation or shift rotations.
A: SnapAP is designed to work in many configurations, including multiple ERPs. The staging tables in SnapAP can be used to share data between many ERPs, eliminating the need to manually enter the same data multiple times.
A: With our native integration to a client’s ERP, we can integrate the platform and complete configuration within a week. If the client-side implementation team is available to complete our onboarding and training process, then it is possible for clients to start using the system after a few weeks. Typically, clients prefer a 6-week onboarding time frame to accommodate meetings with the AP team and time to complete the training scenario checklist.
A: Yes, SnapAP an optional Employee Expense module. SnapAP’s AI data extraction and OCR tool streamlines employee expenses. Employees often use SnapAP’s mobile app to generate expense reports remotely by scanning or uploading an image of transaction receipts.
A: SnapAP was developed by domain expert, JD Drapeau, and his extensive expertise in Supply Chain Optimization. JD came to the realization that applying efficiency to financial side of supply chain adds as much value (or more) than improvements against the physical supply chain.
A: SnapAP has the ability to manage payments electronically. Not only does this electronic ‘filing cabinet’ allow you to manage individual payments, but it sends electronic payment files to the bank to pay your Suppliers immediately via EFT.
A: On average, over 90% of Suppliers use the SnapAP Supplier Portal to review and approve Purchase Orders, and process Invoices. This includes vendors of all sizes, from large multi-national corporations to small local businesses.
A: SnapAP automatically sends an email notification to your Supplier when they have a new or revised purchase order to review. The email notifications contain links that will bring the supplier directly to the Purchase order in SnapAP.
A: Yes, SnapAP uses the Microsoft Azure platform and its secure, scalable multi-tenant / serverless architecture for hosting new client versions of SnapAP. We are also an authorized Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) solution, if hosting the client’s instance within that cloud environment is preferred.