Esker to Participate at Implema Inspire Live Digital Conference

Esker, a worldwide leader in AI-driven process automation solutions and pioneer in cloud computing, today announced its participation at Implema Inspire, an event hosted by Sweden’s leading provider of efficient business system solutions based on SAP and Microsoft Dynamics.

This year’s event will be held as a live digital conference on Thursday 17th September 2020. Key decision-makers at the forefront of business systems and digitalisation projects will share their knowledge and experience through a number of live presentations and debates.

Esker will be presenting a customer success story with Ejendals during the day at 13:45 – 14:15 (CET). Ejendals is a leader in its field, manufacturing specialised, high-quality safety products that protect hands and feet. Lars Klockar, IT Project Manager at Ejendals, will explain how they managed to solve several of their challenges in Customer Services through process automation, with the help of Eskers’ Order Management solution.

During this seminar, Dan Weston, Solutions Specialist at Esker, will discuss how Ejendals has used the Esker Order Management solution to revolutionise how to optimise customer order processes, and how to begin the digital transformation from a manual based process to an automated one, bringing multiple gains to their organisation.

Customers like Ejendals have seen a number of significant business benefits thanks to order processing automation, including:
• Order processing costs reduced by 70 per cent
• Up to 80 per cent faster order processing times
• Reduced processing errors
• Enhanced visibility and traceability
• Ability to meet or exceed SLAs

Visit Implema Inspire Event 2020 for more details.

Read full press release here.

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Esker helps organisations eliminate paper and improve business processes by integrating on-premise and on-demand document automation with applications — for higher efficiency in sales order processing, invoicing, accounts payable and purchasing to shorten order-to-cash and procure-to-pay cycles.

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