Automate and control payments to suppliers

A disciplined payment process keeps suppliers accountable and delivers results to your bottom line.

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Three Way Match

Method makes it quick and simple to compare an invoice to its corresponding purchase order and the supplies you received. The system allows you to verify that your practice has accepted the right quantity of products in the proper condition before paying suppliers. Method also prevents fraud and errors by checking for duplicate payments and other billing inconsistencies.

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Method Procurement Features and Benefits
  • Matching

    Compare invoice and receipt details with a purchase order to ensure suppliers deliver on promised pricing.

  • Financial Integration*

    Integrate approved invoices into your financial system for payment, eliminating the need for manual data entry.

  • Linked Documents

    Easily view all documents related to a payment event, including requests, orders, receipts, and invoices.

  • Complete Visibility

    View all invoices and payment statuses from a common screen.

  • Electronic Billing

    Accept invoices directly from suppliers according to their capabilities, eliminating errors and saving time and effort on manual data entry.

  • Error Checking

    Prevent fraud, errors, and overpayment by tracking which received items have already been invoiced.

  • Payment Status*

    View the latest payment status of each supplier invoice in a single, streamlined location.

  • History Log

    Review an audit trail of each payment from beginning to end to keep everyone on the same page.

  • Additional Charges

    Document miscellaneous charges on an order including shipping, service charge, tax, and more.

  • Attachments

    Attach scanned copies of invoices, packing slips, or other documents for organized recordkeeping and streamlined payment review.

*Integration with supported financial systems including QuickBooks Online™ coming soon.

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