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Accounts payable software and automation

Stay on top of your payments with accounts payable software and keep your suppliers on your side.

Getting smarter with accounts payable automation software

Work with suppliers or contractors? Accounts payable software can help you to track who you need to pay and when.

Regardless of what business you run, it’s almost certain you work with suppliers, contractors, or employees who need to be paid.

You don’t want to waste time struggling to use an unintuitive solution and then get phone calls from your suppliers or employees to say they’ve been paid the incorrect amount, or not at all. Instead, you must know who needs to be paid and when, and have confidence in your accounting software.

Remember paying suppliers on time will strengthen your relationships with them, and help you renegotiate frequency of payments down the road.

Why should your accounts payable be automated?

Increase business efficiencies

Automating accounts payable will help you improve the accuracy of financial information, save time on business processes and free up team members to work on other activities.

Taking this step is also useful if you want to avoid defaulting on suppliers.

How to find and calculate accounts payable

The best way to find and calculate accounts payable is to keep accurate financial records and track what you owe to suppliers.

If you’re using Sage Business Cloud Accounting:

  • Create or import suppliers
  • Enter money you owe suppliers
  • Review the Customer Balances - Days Outstanding Report

Improving your small business accounts payable

Modern accounting software is ideal for finding and calculating short-term debt.

For example, the Customer Balances—Days Outstanding Report feature from Sage Business Cloud Accounting reveals what you owe suppliers at any point in time.

Benefits of accounts payable software

Analyse your finances

Keep track of your business spending across multiple companies using our intelligent reporting software.

Keep suppliers on your side

Paying on time keeps suppliers happy, and strengthens relationships.

Find the Sage business software that best fits your business

Each company has its own set of ambitions, goals and markets, which is why you need a powerful, flexible accounting software. Thanks to our accounting software, you’ll always have the financial support you need.

Sage UBS

Highly trusted accounting software solution perfect for small and medium sized companies looking to manage their account and financial effectively in a professional way.

  • First choice accounting software for SMEs in Malaysia.
  • Always compliant and up-to-date.
  • Easy to set up and simple to use.
  • Envision business growth with full inventory management and billing functions.
  • Add-on functions that allow you to create alerts, messages or chat with helpdesk to solve your issues.
  • Ability to integrate with Sage Point of Sales (POS) and Building Service Maintenance (BSM) systems for a complete end-to-end financial function suitable for any industry.
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