Procure-to-Pay (P2P) Process Automation with Nividous RPA Bots | Nividous

A Leading Telecom Company uses Nividous RPA Bots for Procure-to-Pay Process Automation



  • Telecommunication

Processes Automated

  • Creation of purchase requests
  • Creation of purchase orders
  • Payment processing

Automation Highlights

  • Automation of Procure-to-pay process using client SAP and BPM systems
  • Performance dashboard for insights and visibility for improved vendor management

Leading Telecommunication Company

The client delivers large-scale telecommunications infrastructures, technology development, and licensing services. The process for site procurement and vendor payment operations was time-consuming and error-prone. Nividous was able to guide our client in standardizing the procure-to-pay process within SAP, which paved the path for automation options, and enhanced visibility. RPA eligible operations were identified and automated, to eliminate manual work and third-party access to the legacy system.

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We have been able to reduce the procure-to-pay process cycle time by 35% and gain 360-degree visibility of the lifecycle using Nividous RPA Bots. The automation has contributed significantly to improving our relationships with vendors.

VP, Operations and IT

A Leading Telecommunication Company


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