An AP Robot can take lead in monitoring any incoming vendor invoices.
Worried about paying duplicate invoices? Custom Plena bots are built to perform 3-way match and flag duplicates. Plena bots can also use business rules to figure out GL codes, taxes, and extract important invoice details.
AR Robots can post cash, scan billing reports, and send reminders for outstanding invoices.
Payment collection is easier and more instant than ever before with a Plena robot. A custom bot can be trained to inspect incoming payments multiple times a day, making it ideal for accounts receivable departments with net terms or open invoices. AR robots also help in even the most complex billing processes, record receivables and account for bad debt.
Reconciliation robots log into your accounting system and perform the following tasks:
Automate an entire process from start to finish- with little to no human interaction. Digital robots perform tasks just like humans; except they don’t make mistakes and never get tired!
The Plena Platform facilitates a very short (5-day) build cycle. Competitor RPA platforms take 6-8 months and shoots the cost of ownership for each bot into six-figures.
Plena robots use the screen, mouse and keyboard of the native computer. They can open and interact with ANY existing application: old/new, cloud/on-premise.
Plena robot performing 3-way match: vendor invoice, purchase order, receipts (inventory)
“With the Plena’s RPA platform, what used to take us hours is now completely automated. Our acc/fin team has been transformed to a forward-looking strategic partner within the organization.
“Plena has cut down our payroll time significantly, and has made reporting to our team 200% more sharp and professional. They help us organize our compensation & books of business for all our reps from multiple compensation feeds.”
“Plena has taken a large portion of the accounting burden off my shoulders. I rely on their reports and numbers with full confidence! Their RPA Platform saves us a significant amount of time each week.”