Technicolor, a worldwide technology leader in the Media & Entertainment sector, is at the forefront of digital innovation. Technicolor’s operations are based on three segments namely Technology, Entertainment Services, and Connected Home. Technicolor has been contributing to
The scale of Technicolor’s international operations resulted in the need to manage large volumes of procure-to-pay processes for which optimization in below areas is expected:
Comarch AP/AR Automation solution allowed Technicolor to redesign, streamline and automate the processing of financial documents. This implementation was bundled with the Global Accounts Payable process unification and therefore Comarch’s role was to work closely with Technicolor to build a comprehensive and flexible solution. In order to fulfill the client’s needs, Comarch deployed a proprietary SaaS product and provided consulting and development services during the project implementation phase.
Comarch AP/AR Automation solution enables or facilitates the following processes:
After a successful implementation, Technicolor achieved crucial objectives set out at the very beginning of the project. Users of Comarch’s solution within Technicolor are benefiting from a variety of features and in their opinion the most important of these are:
Comarch AP/AR Automation is not only a convenient and efficient system for Technicolor and its employees (end users) but it also impacts their business results. According to Technicolor, the cooperation with Comarch has resulted in a wide range of benefits, including:
An innovative and cost-efficient solution for better control of the entire invoice management process. It decreases the workload associated with manual processing, accelerates the acceptance of documents, and collects data entered at every stage of the process.
"Prior to the implementation of the Comarch solution, a lot of time and manual effort was put into document registration and processing. The cost assignment and approval required a lot of e-mail communication making it hard to track and manage processes and progress. The lack of integration with the ERP system meant that data from approved invoices needed to be registered manually and it might have