Eliminate paper and automate processes by adding document management and workflow automation solutions
Automate accounting processes, deliver faster inter-departmental processing, make better decision making, all while allowing other departments and locations to share critical information with each other.

Document Management and Workflow can improve the following:
Accounts Payable AP Automation | Automated Invoice Processing
Maximize the benefits that can be achieved by fast, efficient, and precise invoice processing. The costs of processing just one paper invoice averages somewhere around $10. The AP process is expensive because of the copying, paper shuffling between departments for approvals, and the low visibility into processes.
Accounts Receivable AR Automation
Finding and routing paper documents takes too much time. Make cash flow management more accurate by automating the process to allow you to see real-time exactly what’s come in, what’s coming, and what’s running behind. Import or scan receivables documents making them available instantly to staff and allows them time for more valuable tasks like analysis, reporting, and auditing.
Procurement & Purchasing
Intelligently route purchasing information to managers and your procurement team for approval, changes, or denial, and even include charge code entry capabilities. Integrate with all your ERP systems so that all purchasing data can be automatically entered for the creation of purchase orders.
Vendor Management
Streamline the process of creating and updating your Accounts Payable vendor records. Manage all of the relevant documents and data associated with that vendor that can’t be stored in your ERP by creating a single centralized view of all vendor information. Manage vendor contracts, terms, and expiration dates, and allow your users to evaluate vendor performance through graphic dashboards, and track incidents in one place.
ERP Integrations (SAP, Oracle, Dynamics)
Your ERP business applications (SAP, Microsoft Dynamics, Oracle, Lawson, PeopleSoft, JD Edwards, etc.), are at the heart of your everyday operations, and run your core business processes. When working within those business applications, your users frequently also rely on content and documents stored elsewhere to make decisions. Consider a central repository, intelligently linking the documents and data to the transactions and activities in other applications. Make it so that users do not need to leave their main system and can gain access to all the documents they need.