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Have You Heard The News?

By: Phoebe Caldwell, Senior Product Manager

You asked, we answered! Our Spring 2016 Product Release includes enhanced invoice approval workflow and automated invoice capture for QuickBooks users. Take a look below for a breakdown of what these updates mean to you. 

Read the full Spring 2016 Product Release here.


Enhanced Invoice Approval Workflows

InvoiceApprovalIf you are a NetSuite, Microsoft GP, Intacct, or QuickBooks user, you now have the ability to ensure the right people approve invoices at the right time with MineralTree Invoice-to-Pay. MineralTree’s new multi-tiered approval rules allow users to send requests sequentially when multiple approvals are required. In addition, flexible rule creation allows users to route invoices based on the attributes that are most meaningful to their business; for example: vendor name, location, or department.

Automated Invoice Capture for QuickBooks

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We’ve extended automated invoice capture to QuickBooks Online and QuickBooks Desktop, so users can eliminate data entry, reduce errors, and save time on the manual tasks associated with invoice entry. QuickBooks, NetSuite, Microsoft GP, or Intacct users are now able to completely automate their entire AP process using MineralTree Invoice-to-Pay by:

  • Capturing invoices directly in MineralTree
  • Auto-syncing invoice details back to the accounting system
  • Taking advantage of approval hierarchy functionality when you need it
  • Automating bill pay with the payment method of your choosing

Want to learn more?
Read the full release here and contact us for more information. 


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