Add value to your Sage system with integrated EDM

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With millions of customers worldwide, Sage has become the finance system of choice for many global businesses. However, it is not unusual for an organisation to choose to replace its Sage system with a shiny new alternative that claims enhanced functionality. Before making a rash decision to move away from Sage, have you considered adding functionality to your existing system?

Sage-approved applications that closely integrate with your Sage system, such as V1’s electronic document management (EDM) solutions, provide added functionality that improve efficiencies, cut costs and enhance productivity. V1’s EDM allows electronic documents to be created, automatically sent and then securely archived – all directly from your Sage Line 500, Sage 200, Sage 1000 and Sage X3 systems, eliminating the printing and posting of documents.

V1’s EDM also automates the processing of documents received into your organisation, such as invoices and remittances. Using either optical character recognition (OCR) technology or barcode scanning, documents are imaged, indexed and securely stored in the V1 electronic archive. Another benefit of OCR is that it automatically captures key information from documents and verifies this data against the accounting system, reducing the burden of manual data entry by up to 80 per cent. By combining these solutions with V1’s electronic authorisation technology, which streamlines the invoice approval process, organisations are provided with a compelling EDM proposition.

Integrating solutions into your Sage system, such as those from V1, can be so quick and easy, allowing you to keep using a finance system you are familiar with whilst enjoying the many benefits of added functionality.

 

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