Financial Services

Your challenge: Today’s global financial services providers face a host of challenges that can impact their bottom line – from the rising cost of financial data to the risks and regulatory challenges found in new global markets. Cost reduction has become a critical tool for protecting profitability.

Our solution: APEX Analytix provides a unique combination of software and services to help your financial services company achieve better bottom-line results, wherever in the world you do business. We help you recover overpayments, safeguard future disbursements against payment errors and fraud, streamline supplier interactions, improve cash management and mine procure-to-pay data for strategic insights that can benefit your business.

Our experience: APEX Analytix safeguards more than $1.3 trillion in disbursements for financial services companies and other Global 1000 businesses in nearly every country in the world. We serve half of the Global Fortune 50.

Proven results: The proof of the value we deliver is found in real-world results. One example: The second-largest financial services company in the world is using APEX Analytix FirstStrike® Software to establish a global control framework – providing protection against disbursement losses across multiple countries and subsidiaries. The company has realized significant improvements in both payment accuracy and contract pricing compliance. FirstStrike has also helped the company expand audits of historical disbursements to 50 countries.

 “APEX Analytix’s revolutionary software and virtual team model have allowed us to execute a Global Incorrect Payment Prevention Program across regions.”

– Accounts Payable CAO for Large Global Financial Services Company

01.06.16 Case Study

Healthcare Industry

Protecting Disbursements Against Payment Errors and Fraud

A firm in the highly competitive healthcare sector turned to APEX Analytix for comprehensive, companywide protections against disbursement errors and fraud.

Consumer Products

Your challenge: Today’s consumer products companies face a host of challenges – from eroding brand loyalty and cautious consumer spending to the rising influence of online shopping. In order to free up cash to invest in new product offerings, brands and emerging technologies, companies are focusing on cost reduction as a strategic priority.

Our solution: APEX Analytix provides both software and services to help you drive down costs and achieve better bottom-line results, wherever in the world your company does business. We help you recover overpayments, safeguard future disbursements against payment errors and fraud, streamline supplier interactions, improve cash management and mine procure-to-pay data for strategic insights that can benefit your business.

Our experience: APEX Analytix safeguards more than $1.3 trillion in disbursements for consumer products companies and other Global 1000 businesses in nearly every country in the world. We serve half of the Global Fortune 50.

Proven results: The proof of the value we deliver is found in real-world results. One example: A global leader in consumer products is using APEX Analytix FirstStrike® software to protect against duplicate payments and to turn large and unwieldy ERP data stores into actionable information. The insights FirstStrike has uncovered have been used to reduce the number of supplier payment terms from 501 to just 27 globally – saving significant time and money.

“APEX Analytix is a proven performer. They know how to seamlessly interact with our suppliers, accomplishing solid results while maintaining positive, professional relationships.”

– Director NA Shared Services, Consumer Products

01.05.16 Case Study

Global Consumer Products

Uncovering New Value Streams by Turning Large Data Stores into Actionable Information

This innovative, global enterprise produces well-known brands that are an indispensable part of life in more than 175 countries. The company’s accounts payable team uses four ERP systems to process 3.5 million invoices annually, representing an estimated 16.7 billion in spending. Executives decided to develop a single, streamlined list of payment terms to be used worldwide.