Basware SaaS: The fastest, most cost-effective route to P2P excellence
SaaS Purchase-to-Pay delivers agility, focus and cost efficiency
Basware SaaS is the fastest way to benefit from Basware Purchase-to-Pay. Since you don’t need to install or maintain software on site, you immediately gain the agility to redeploy IT resources where they’re needed. Our SaaS Purchase-to-Pay solution fees up your IT resources to focus on innovation in support of your company’s business strategies. Basware’s Cloud-based solutions integrate seamlessly with more than 250 different ERP’s and other business solutions, maximising the cost efficiencies of your IT operation.
Agility and flexibility enable growth
Are you growing organically, or planning on making acquisitions? Basware Purchase-to-Pay on SaaS enables quick and easy expansion of functionailty across geographies. Whoever needs access, wherever they are across the globe, they can immediately gain access to business documents and P2P functionality.
Basware Purchase-to-Pay scales from a simple invoice processing solution into a comprehensive Purchase-to-Pay including electronic orders and invoices. It allows you to scale resources on an as needed basis. Pay only for what you use, and as much resource as you need available whenever you need it.
Peace of mind gauranteed
Rest assured that your financial data is protected by the integrated physical and logical security of our modern data centre and our 24 / 7 / 365 global support capabilities. Basware’s SaaS service is fully certified by independent security authors. Data is segmented on our secure servers, ensuring that no one can see or access your information. Security controls verify who in your organisation has access to your infornation. Our fully redundant server delivers ultrahigh availability and warm standby disaster recovery.
Seamless ERP Integration
Today’s global corporations often inherit multiple Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems due to acquisitions and consolidations. Many must operate with several different ERPs. The bottleneck in automating business processes resides in integration with the surrounding IT landscape.