How’s Sage Platinum Invoice Scanning with OCR changing accounts routines?
13th May 2019
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Accounts Departments using Sage accounting software are changing the way invoices are scanned, processed and approved across the company by implementing the Sage Platinum Developer Partner Solution, PaperLess Document Management. A Sage Certified software that is allowing Safe users to automate invoice scanning routines, get all relevant data from the invoices automatically captured and then send the invoices for approval or post them directly into Sage from within PaperLess work space.
As the Top OCR software for Sage, PaperLess is designed for easy usability so your accounting department can utilise less skilled members of the team, controlling what these members can do by defining their roles within the user access rights. Higher skilled staff can then spend their valuable time checking the preparation of the accounting vouchers before posting transactions directly into your existing accounting application.
PaperLess can run Automatic Invoice Recognition on multiple invoices at the same time. Configuration to handle many different invoice formats can be easily managed. Automatic Invoice Recognition makes PaperLess the best OCR software in the market, saving time and reducing manual errors. PaperLess even checks for duplicate transactions when running invoice recognition.
Will paperless office software keep track of my payment system?
Through the invoice approval workflow system, you will be able to visualize and control all the invoices and bill payments. Plus, as long as long as you are authorised to do so, you will be able to access the software from any computer. The invoice approval workflow tracks all the invoices, while also being able to enforce and streamline approvals.
Is paperless office software secure?
Yes, going digital is more secure than the conventional paper method. Digital signatures and electronic documents are now being globally accepted by the laws of every country. Moreover, with the availability of encryption, it is difficult to forge an electronic signature, which minimizes the risk of fraud involved with going paperless.