Infor Lawson Process Automation
IPA and APIA
Guiding You Towards Digital Transformation
Digital transformation is a buzzword you’ve probably heard a lot about recently. It enables businesses to “accelerate activities, lower costs, improve time to market, bring about a positive change in processes, people, and competency models,” as Forbes.com describes. A key to achieving digital transformation, regardless of industry or function, is process automation—and Infor Lawson has tools for that.
Infor Lawson Process Automation (IPA) and Accounts Payable Invoice Automation (APIA) enable users to automate workflows within Lawson. These tools increase productivity, allowing companies to respond more quickly to the market, and stay competitive. With the increasing pace of technological advancements, if you’re not leveraging process automation, you risk falling behind.
Think about the last time you thought to yourself, “If I could just do [this], it would make my job so much easier!” Surety’s seasoned Infor Lawson Process Automation consultants can give you the tools to make your wish a reality. Whether it’s installing IPA or integrating it with external sources, converting from ProcessFlow, or even custom interface development—we’ll help you get on the path towards a digital, automated future.
5 Ways to Use Lawson IPA that Will Save You Time, Money, and Frustration
Think of that one grueling but critical process you’re responsible for at work. The one you’ve done so many times you could do it in your sleep. Infor Lawson IPA is a workflow engine that can help with that. It automates manual tasks and processes, saving time and increasing productivity.
Hospital Acquisition Calls for Need to Unify Lawson Systems
When a local community hospital with 2,000 employees was acquired by a much larger 10,000-person system, the organizations needed to establish a unified Lawson system. See how Surety merged the two implementations and moved from S3 to Landmark and Global Human Resources (GHR).
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