The Celtrino Smart Admin™ e-Solutions will deliver a unique savings opportunity estimated at 30% of your supply chain management costs by automating paper based processes.
Paper based commercial transactions have long been a proven barrier to quick and efficient inter-company transactions. Companies that move to tackle and automate paper based transactions are proven to operate more efficient supply chains and deliver much better value to their customers. Their staff is also freed from the laborious administration of paper based activities to concentrate on more productive tasks.
In today's fast changing trading environment, legacy ERP solutions are ill-suited to the dynamic challenges we face. The fortress ERP model is insular, expensive and inflexible in its adaptability to modern business challenges. At its core, it retains a relevance, however when it comes interacting with the outside world, the cost of doing so is prohibitively expensive!
Explore our solutions below and take a major step towards a smarter, more profitable business.
Eliminates manual procurement processes and costs in the procure-to-pay cycle
Combines speed and accuracy with automated processing to deliver real time access to 100% accurate order information
Dramatically reduces errors and disputes by providing immediate electronic proof of delivery information for both trading partners
Automates paper invoicing and delivers 50-80% cost savings and efficiencies as well as real-time visibility of your financial performance
Delivers effective cash flow management by automatically identifying exceptions between the creditors' and debtors' ledgers of trading partners
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Eliminate manual procurement processes and costs in the procure-to-pay cycle
100% accurate order information for all trading partners
Immediate electronic proof of delivery information
Automate paper invoicing and generate 50-80% cost savings
Automatically identify exceptions between the creditors’ and debtors’ ledgers