MediusFlow for Infor M3

MediusFlow for Infor M3 is a standard prepackaged integration that enables organizations running Infor M3 back-end solutions to seamlessly integrate with MediusFlow. MediusFlow provides line-level matching capabilities and lays the foundation for a best value invoice automation solution that couples MediusFlow’s dynamic invoice processing capabilities with the existing finance processing of the ERP back-end.

When you choose Medius, you get:

  • Extensive knowledge about M3 and experience from a large number of M3 implementations around the world
  • Pre-packaged standard integration
  • A partner with great knowledge about the typical challenges the M3 customer meets and how to resolve them.

MediusFlow adds edge to Lawson and Infor M3 AP-processing

Our M3 integration includes:

  • Invoice automation master data integration
  • Preliminary registration of expense invoices
  • Final posting of expense invoices, including accrual postings
  • Cancelation of expense invoices
  • Invalidation of preliminary register invoices
  • Order-based invoice matching
  • Plus more

Integration data includes:

  • Master data such as supplier data, GL accounts, payment terms, purchase orders, tax codes, PO- and goods receipts as well as fixed assets
  • Postings to M3 include invoice parking, invoice image, final booking as well as PO/GRN/Contract to invoice matching data

Discover AP invoice automation made easy. Read more about MediusFlow, watch a 15 min demo or contact us directly for a demo at your site.

“There are not many AP invoice automation providers who have expertise on M3, but Medius is one of them. That’s the main reason we chose MediusFlow. The implementation project went very well and we had a good regular contact with Medius’ consultants. We got instant response every time we had questions, and Medius has been very good at understanding our unique situation and meetings our demands and desires." 
Claus Toftegaard, Business Manager, Gabriel A/S

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