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Positive Coaching Alliance Cuts Invoice Processing Time In Half With MineralTree

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Today we announced that Positive Coaching Alliance (PCA), a national non-profit group transforming the culture of youth sports, has streamlined its invoice-to-pay process and eliminated paper checks with MineralTree. The non-profit uses MineralTree to save time, eliminate paper invoices, ease the approval process and gain greater visibility into its AP processes.

Before MineralTree, PCA’s invoice processing was cumbersome. With multiple offices and many approvers, the process often included mailing and forwarding physical invoices between office locations.

“We needed a solution that would eliminate the time we were spending on collecting paper, tracking down approvals, and processing checks,” said Judy Dillenbeck, Senior Accountant at PCA. “With MineralTree Invoice-to-Pay, everything is handled electronically and the time I spend on Accounts Payable is much more enjoyable.”

One of the major benefits for PCA is the ability to approve invoices and payments on-the-go from any device. For the organization’s CFO, Cathie Whalen, MineralTree Invoice-to-Pay eliminates the need to physically sign paper checks. She said, “When I work remotely, it used to be impossible to sign checks, which could cause payment to be delayed by several days. With MineralTree, I can approve payment anywhere, anytime.”

MineralTree Invoice-to-Pay has enabled PCA to cut the time they spend processing invoices and executing payments in half. In addition, with MineralTree, Positive Coaching Alliance no longer has to sort through filing cabinets or email approvals for long-lost invoices.

“MineralTree understands how to simplify the accounts payable process. With automated invoice approval, single-sign on with NetSuite, and a proactive and responsive support team, the benefits go beyond just the cost savings and increased efficiency,” added Dillenbeck.

Read the full case study here.

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