Intelligent Accounts Payable Automation

Delivering end-to-end Accounts Payable automation to provide better visibility, control, efficiency and cash management

Industry trends and challenges

Companies are often challenged when it comes to their accounts payable processes with poor data entry issues, disappearing invoices, delayed manual approvals, and more. This can result in lost funds as well as slow and inconsistent processing of invoices that frequently cost businesses time and money. Companies must find an intelligent solution to help minimise the gaps and errors that exist within the accounts payable process.

Get the rapidMATION solution

rapidMATION’s Accounts Payable solution weaves together market-leading technologies from ABBYY’s document capture and optical character recognition solution, K2’s low-code application development platform, and UiPath’s robotic process automation software. The joint solution provides an intelligent accounts payable automation solution that saves time and reduces cost. Use the solution out-of-the-box or customise it to your environment, and run your accounts payable process, your way.

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How it works

See the rapidMATION solution in action

Here’s how you can automate invoice data extraction, invoice processing, and other tasks, while still keeping people in the loop.


An alternative route to costly custom software
A large construction company optimised its end-to-end AP processes – increasing efficiency and reducing risk without having to invest in a costly and time-consuming IT change project.

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Reducing manual effort to cut risk
A temporary fencing and barrier products company automated its manual and error-prone invoice processing system.

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Augmenting the value of an RPA solution
A leading property management company used rapidMATION solution to integrate an intelligent content management solution into the invoice approval workflow.

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