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Secure Check Printing

Printing and signing checks can be a costly way to make payments - both in terms of equipment, stationery and time. However, even with the advent of electronic transfer, purchasing cards and internet payments, many organizations still have a requirement to print checks.

You can achieve peace of mind by using our secure check printing. Using our solutions as your primary means of payment can increase cash flow, reduce administrative costs and improve security and efficiency.

Aimed at streamlining back office processes, our cost-effective, accessible solutions integrate with all accounting and payroll applications to deliver tangible business savings to your organization.

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At V1 we are committed to helping you streamline your business. For more information on Document Management and how it could benefit your company, either call on 888-849-8168, use the online contact form or send us a quick email.

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Customer Story

Dawnus Construction, a leading construction company situated in Wales, will be improving purchase-to-pay efficiency by implementing document imaging and data capture software from V1. This software, which will be tightly integrated into the company's Advanced Business Solutions financial management system, will significantly reduce invoice approval times, free-up document storage space and provide Dawnus Construction with greater cost transparency. The new systems will be made available to over 120 authorised users across 40 sites.

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