Tipalti expands ERP integrations to ensure all fast-growth businesses can benefit from automation throughout the entire accounts payables cycle

B2B fintech solution now seamlessly integrates with any ERP system

San Mateo, CA – May 5, 2021 – Tipalti, the leading global payables automation platform, has announced that it can now integrate with any Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system. Notable ERP integrations include Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central, Microsoft Dynamics NAV, Microsoft Dynamics GP, QuickBooks Desktop, Xero, Sage 50, Sage 100, Sage X3, Sage 300, SAP Business One, SAP Business ByDesign and Acumatica, opening up scalable, global and modern AP automation capabilities to a much larger number of high-velocity businesses.

Tipalti offers a highly configurable integration that automatically syncs invoices and invoice payment data between a company’s ERP system and the Tipalti platform, with minimal IT effort. Tipalti’s world-class integration capabilities, advanced technology, and intuitive interface smartly and efficiently manage the lifecycle of vendor bills and payments.

“Integrating Tipalti’s AP solution with ERP systems let’s organizations achieve better automation by validating invoices against supplier information, ensuring that general ledger coding, including department, class and location syncs with the ERP system for faster payment reconciliation and financial close,” said Kevin Permenter, Research Manager, Enterprise Applications at IDC. “This new ERP integration capability from Tipalti exposes their modern AP automation capabilities to a much larger segment of fast-growing mid-market businesses.”

“An ERP system is one of a company’s most valuable business investments and payables departments need to have an integrated philosophy that encompasses the entire end-to-end process,” said Roby Baruch, Chief Product Officer at Tipalti. “We’re excited to be open for integration with any ERP system, making scalable, modern payables capabilities accessible to every company.” 

Tipalti previously had offered ERP integrations with Oracle NetSuite, QuickBooks Online, and Sage Intacct.