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Document Management Solutions
Dedicated to working with organizations across all sectors to improve efficiency and make significant cost savings, V1 has created a range of document management systems and document imaging software solutions specifically for finance, HR and payroll functions.
Our tailored document management systems and document imaging software ensures an efficient means of creating, capturing, storing, authorizing, delivering and managing key business documents.
Document management software or paperless office technology, replaces paper-based processes with electronic procedures, eliminating the printing, posting and manual filing of paper documents.
With seamless integration into all major accounting/ERP & HR systems, our document management and imaging solutions will drive significant cost savings across your organization. With a typical ROI of less than six months, our software is used by thousands of organizations in both the public and private sectors worldwide.
Our products not only make great business sense but support companies’ green agendas – a vital criteria for any business in today’s global market.
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