Esker on Demand enables companies to automate the reception, processing and sending of purchase requisitions, vendor and customer invoices, collection letters, pay checks, and sales and marketing communication directly from their business applications (e.g., ERPs, CRMs, etc.) by leveraging a suite of cloud-based automation solutions, including: Purchasing, Accounts Payable, Order Processing and Accounts Receivable.
Since 2004, Esker on Demand has achieved continued success thanks to Esker’s strategic positioning and development plans in the dynamic market of cloud-based document process automation, as well as its international structure comprised of three data centers in the U.S.,
25 Million Pages Processed Monthly
Today, organizations around the world use the Esker on Demand platform to process over 25 million pages each month. With an average yearly growth of 35%, Esker on Demand represents 65% of Esker’s total sales revenue.
“In today’s economy, document process automation technology is a key advantage for companies by allowing them to achieve higher productivity and eliminate low-value tasks to focus on their core business,” said Jean-Michel BÉrard, CEO at Esker. “The success of Esker on Demand reflects this global trend and reinforces our strategic direction.”
Esker is a worldwide leader in document process automation solutions. Addressing all types of business processes, from accounts payable and accounts receivable to order processing and procurement, Esker cloud computing solutions enable companies to automate the reception, processing and sending of any business document with one platform. Esker helps over 80,000 companies around the world to reduce the use of paper and eliminate manual processes while improving their productivity, efficiency and environmental impact.
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