as a service

Automate and streamline your business without buying software or outsourcing your teams

Most teams spend an unbelievable amount of time getting information from their systems or putting information into their systems. Paying invoices, sending bills, responding to quotes, processing remittances, filing taxes are all examples of this.

Wouldn't it be better if your systems talked to each other - freeing up your team to have meaningful conversations with each other and with your customers, suppliers and other partners.

Automation is simply making it so systems talk to each other.

Before automation

Managed Functions connects your systems to the systems used by your customers, suppliers and other partners. So your team just needs to enter information into your own systems and Managed Functions takes care of getting the data into and out of your partner's systems.

Your team can focus all of their energy on the things that matter.

After automation


  • Free up your team's time to focus on the things that matter - like talking to your customers and developing relationships with suppliers and partners
  • Remove the cognitive burden of repetitive, low-value work
  • Improve the accuracy of data in your systems
  • Handle more customers and more business without increasing the size of your team
  • Pricing model makes you ROI-positive from day one

The Managed Function difference:

  • We manage everything
  • You don't buy software
  • We engage with your suppliers and partners
  • You pay only for what you will use
  • You see results immediately


At Managed Functions, we love our customers! We will work as hard as it takes to deliver the best result for you.

What makes Managed Functions different?

Managed Functions uses a simple subscription model with no implementation fees. This means that your project is ROI-positive from day one.

We are able to do this because we deploy automation solutions to our cloud provider or your infrastructure using infrastructure-as-code. This allows us to quickly prepare bespoke solutions based on previous work we've done. You get the best of both worlds - well-tested, proven solutions customised to the particulars of your organisation.

Managed Functions are functions that are managed. You don't have to worry about whether they are running or not, or fixing them when your partners change the format of the things they are sending you.

Instead, you just contact us and we'll manage the entire process. It's likely that we'll have done a similar project in the past and we can leverage our capability.

Examples of processes we manage

Matching premium payments to open invoices

Underwriting agencies find it challenging to match payments to open invoices because the payments in their bank accounts are aggregated across many policies.

Matching purchase order lines to inventory items

Food service suppliers receive orders from customers in different formats using different terminology to describe the same product.

Managed Functions extracts order data from the different formats and accurately matches the orders with inventory products - saving hours of manual processing time and inaccurate matches.

Standarding requests for premium quotes

Underwriters receive requests for premium quotes from brokers in many formats. Responding to requests is challenging because highly-trained resources are required to accurately enter the data into their premium rating engine.

Managed Functions takes requests for quotes sent by email or directly from broker systems, converts them to a common format and pushes them into their rating engine for their underwriters to review - eliminating mundane tasks from being performed by highly-trained and skilled team members.

Custom-billing for specific customers

Large buyers often require suppliers to submit bills in formats specific to their Procure to Pay system. For suppliers that deal with many large buyers this can be a burden.

Managed Functions taps into the supplier's billing system and sends bills directly to buyer's procure to pay systems in the format each Procure to Pay system requires.


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