Covid-inspired software for local companies
Software for organisations to transition their Accounts Payable workflow from a largely paper-based process to a digital one, has proven fit for purpose – and is now being rolled out to the local market.
Bermudian software development company, Supatone Ltd, has just released Virtual AP, which allows companies to store all of their accounts payable documents in a central repository.
Supatone’s Adrian Lodge said two clients have already given it the seal of approval and it is now available to businesses locally and overseas.
Mr Lodge said: “The web-based application can be easily customised to fit each organisation’s own method of using purchase orders, invoices, and other related information.
“It provides a simple way to quickly search for a particular order’s status and see who it is currently assigned to for approval. It is designed to help cut down on late fees and keep staff accountable by identifying where any bottlenecks are in the workflow.
“Using a digital signature, Virtual AP timestamps documents with a single click, rather than fussing with Adobe Acrobat. It also keeps a log of every change made, for auditing purposes. Depending on the software currently used, Virtual AP may even be able to integrate with other databases as needed.”
Virtual AP was borne out of necessity since Covid hit in 2020 and organisations needed to keep working remotely.
There are two customers currently using it on a daily basis, and Supatone Ltd. is looking to make it available to others who may seek a product to help streamline their business process.
Supatone Ltd. is a registered Bermudian company focusing on software development (Supatone Innovation) and video game development (Bermuda Island Games).