Automation Is No Longer Be a “Nice to Have,” with the Majority of Corporate Finance Ready to Adopt Advanced Technology
SAN JOSE, CA / ACCESSWIRE / June 30, 2022 / AUDITORIA.AI, the leader in natural language technologies for corporate finance, today announced the results of the third-annual State of Automation in the Finance Office report. The Future of Finance Has Arrived: 2022 State of Automation in the Finance Office Report revealed that corporate finance must step up to embrace automation or risk employee burnout, turnover, and ultimately a decrease in bottom-line results for the organization.
Click here to download the results of the 2022 State of Automation in the Finance Office Report: The Future of Finance Has Arrived.
“The results of the 2022 State of Automation Report speak for themselves – corporate finance must embrace automation or risk getting left behind,” said Rohit Gupta, CEO and co-founder, Auditoria. “The majority of the corporate enterprise have not only adopted advanced analytics and technology solutions to streamline every part of their processes, but they have also utilized the additional time to their advantage to focus on higher-level business priorities. With advanced technologies such as artificial intelligence, natural language processing, and prescriptive analytics, corporate finance can dramatically accelerate their digital transformation efforts.”
Auditoria surveyed more than 650 U.S.-based financial professionals in spring 2022, with titles ranging from Chief Financial Officer (CFO) to Finance Specialist. Key results include:
Finance is ready to embrace automation. Most respondents (61.8%) don’t feel their finance back office is sufficiently automated. However, 21.2% of respondents say they will implement advanced levels of analytics and reporting in the next year – a clear indication that corporate finance is ready to embrace automation.
Repetitive manual tasks overrun corporate finance. Time spent on manual or repetitive tasks is the biggest challenge in the finance office, followed closely by time spent checking and updating data. Accounts payable and receivable were ranked as having the most manual work for the third year in a row.
Bots are needed to help with customer and vendor inquiries and engagement. One-fifth (21.3%) of respondents indicated that a lack of responsiveness is the most significant pain point in the finance back office, suggesting intelligent engagement is needed to send reminders, answer inquiries and handle requests without manual human intervention.
Streamlined processes would kick-start an automation journey. Focusing on process improvements and investing in new technologies to improve said processes are the top two priorities for the finance back-office next year. Both are necessary for finance professionals wanting to implement artificial intelligence and digitize corporate finance.
These results indicate that automation is here to stay. Without change, corporate finance teams that maintain the status quo are at risk of organizational turmoil – from a lack of employee retention to the bottom-line results impacted by the volume of manual work that takes up the majority of time in the corporate finance office. Moreover, intelligent software applications that automate and independently execute business processes and tasks, are fast becoming the norm in today’s hybrid work environment.
Auditoria.AI increases finance teams’ speed, accuracy, and efficiency using intelligent SmartBots to automate manual and time-consuming Accounts Payable and Receivable processes while deriving greater cash position visibility. Purpose-built for finance, with advanced next-gen technology, Auditoria SmartBots integrate with systems of record and email boxes to act as a system of engagement to streamline collections, add controls to procurement spend, optimize vendor management, and handle helpdesk inquiries using automation. Auditoria integrates with industry-leading ERP and Financial applications, including Bill.com, Conga, Coupa, Oracle ERP Cloud, Oracle NetSuite, Sage Intacct, SAP, Workday, and collaboration tools such as Microsoft 365 and Google Workspace.
Download the results of the 2022 State of Automation in the Finance Office Report: The Future of Finance Has Arrived today: https://info.auditoria.ai/2022-ebook-survey
About Auditoria
Auditoria is the leader in natural language technologies for corporate finance, helping finance teams automate business processes in AP, AR, GL, and Vendor Management to accelerate cash performance. By leveraging natural language processing, artificial intelligence, and machine learning, Auditoria removes friction and repetition from mundane tasks while automating complex functions, and providing real-time visibility into cash performance. Corporate finance and accounting teams at leading companies including Armanino, Arrive Logistics, FreshWorks, LiveRamp, UserTesting, and more use Auditoria to accelerate business value while minimizing heavy IT involvement, improving business resilience, lowering attrition, and accelerating business insights. Give your finance teams superpowers at Auditoria.ai.
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