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Basware Launches Enhanced Mobile App for Purchase-to-Pay

Basware, the leading provider of e-invoicing and purchase-to-pay solutions, has today announced the availability of Basware Mobile 1.2, bringing the processing of purchase requisitions into its market-leading native apps for iOS and Android powered smartphones and tablets.

As workers become increasingly mobile and accustomed to social collaboration, employees expect to be able to access and interact with core business processes and data on the move in order to maximize productivity. Basware Mobile 1.2 delivers a comprehensive purchase-to-pay mobile application to enable users to review, approve and reject invoices and purchase requisitions while on the move. Basware helps businesses further speed up the review and approval cycles of invoice and requisition processing, through the full automation of procurement and accounts payable processes, coupled with the delivery of anywhere, anytime access to processes and data through browser, tablet and smartphone apps.

On 29th February 2012, Basware launched Alusta, a cloud-based platform for business-to-business transaction collaboration. Basware Mobile 1.2 is an enhancement to the mobility function of Alusta, adding purchase requisitions to invoices already supported within in the mobile app. Basware Mobile is fully optimized for all smartphone and tablet devices including mobile web, Android and iOS platforms. It is also designed to allow social collaboration in an enterprise solution.

John Webster, Vice President, Global Product Marketing, Basware comments: “Today’s businesses and individuals are less encumbered by constraints of time and place, doing their work through a new array of time and location-independent computing capabilities. Basware understands the purchasing and invoice requirements of its customers and has made advanced developments in Basware Mobile to take advantage of this shift in mobile and social working to enable enterprises to empower its workforce with the capabilities to review and approve tasks on the move. This is a major step forward in mobile and collaboration capabilities for Purchase-to-Pay as a whole, and Basware will continue to develop its technology and services to meet the evolving requirements of businesses.”

Organizations using Basware solutions can add mobile features by purchasing Basware Mobile and simply instruct the mobile users to download free native applications from Apple iTunes or Google Play. Basware Mobile is free to download and native applications are available from Apple iTunes and Google Play. It is compatible with Apple iOS 4 to the latest versions and Android 2.2 to the latest versions. To find out more about Basware Mobile visit here:

About Basware

Basware is the global leader in cloud based e-invoicing and purchase-to-pay solutions with more than 1,000,000 users in over 60 countries. Basware’s B2B Cloud solutions and services provide an open, secure and global ecosystem for buyer and supplier collaboration, connecting more than 1.9 million buyers and suppliers globally. The solutions are architected to meet the needs of SMEs and global enterprises and are built upon Basware’s deep knowledge and experience of B2B financial processes, coupled with intelligent cloud connectivity and the Open Network. With Basware, organizations benefit from more efficient procurement, accounts payable and accounts receivable processes, sustainable cost savings, better insight to cash flows and improved buyer-supplier relationships. The solutions are available via the cloud, on-premise or through business process outsourcing in Europe, the US, and Asia-Pacific through an extensive network of Basware offices and business partners.

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