Integrating and for Complete AP Autonomy

Lotta Lundaas

Lotta Lundaas

VP of Marketing

January 31, 2024

3 min read

Integrating and for Complete AP Autonomy is a popular accounts payable solution used by over 100,000 small and mid-sized businesses across many industries. Its cloud-based platform helps companies digitize and streamline payables workflows.

Who uses and why appeals to SMBs thanks to its easy setup, scalability, and an array of AP features like invoice capture, approvals, payments, and reporting. It eliminates tedious paper-based processes so companies can approve and pay invoices faster.

Key benefits of include:

  • Faster invoice processing compared to manual methods
  • Mobile app for approvals and payments on-the-go
  • Integrations with leading accounting software
  • Secure online payment options, including ACH, cards, and checks
  • Custom workflows and approver routing
  • Standard AP reports and analytics AP dashboard

Integrating with and push beyond automation

While offers digital AP capabilities beyond paper, it still requires users to enter and code invoice data manually. This is where AI-powered solutions like come in. integrates seamlessly with to add a further automation layer through its artificial intelligence. analyzes invoices and extracts all key details without templates or rules. It predicts correct GL codes with over 99% accuracy.

Combining's autonomous data capture with the ERP provides the best of both worlds:

End-to-end touchless processing - Invoices flow through approvals and payment without any manual handling

Unparalleled accuracy -'s AI ensures clean, coded invoice data flows into

Speed and efficiency - Invoice handling time reduced by up to 90%

Real-time visibility - Gain insights into cash flow and AP performance

Continuous Improvement -'s AI gets smarter over time, increasing automation

By integrating and, growing companies can upgrade from basic AP automation to true lights-out processing powered by artificial intelligence. This empowers employees to focus on strategic tasks while streamlining back-office financial workflows.

New call-to-action Payments vs Payments and both offer versatile payment types including Check, ACH, Virtual Card, and International Wires. Unlike BILL, Payments supports Foreign Bank to Foreign Bank Payments.

Implementation timelines vary, with offering out-of-the-box self-serve implementations and Pay takes a more hands-on approach in vendor payment onboarding, managing the transition to electronic payments and campaigning for vendor conversion, a process partially owned by the customer.

Both platforms have virtual card programs, but Payment's network is more mature, offering greater rebate opportunities. Vendor support services are similar, providing free accounts and support for ACH or virtual card transactions. Pricing models also differ; Payment's services are included in the subscription, excluding cross-border wires, contrasting with's separate pricing structure. also doesn't charge any U.S. payment transaction fees.

To learn more about integrating with solutions like, watch a quick demo or contact our team today.

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