Yes, that’s right… Sage users are now automatically scanning all invoices and linking them directly to Sage accounting lines so that invoice retrieval can be done via a live look-up directly from within their Sage accounting package.
The automatic invoice scanning was made possible by the solution created by Sage Developer, PaperLess Europe. Seamlessly integrated with Sage 50c, Sage 200c, Sage 200 Standard Online and Sage 200 Extra Online, PaperLess invoice scanning software digitises your paperwork as early as possible in your business processes saving time and money. Businesses can scan paper directly into PaperLess or drag and drop multiple file types from emails and your computer.
Efficient document scanning software makes better workflow management. When businesses add a document to PaperLess, the document also has a unique number, which means your colleagues can easily locate a document at a later stage by entering this document’s unique number.
Not only document scanning software, PaperLess is also a piece of document storage software. PaperLess stores all your documents, both accounting and business documents, in separate folders in the PaperLess workspace so companies can keep their data secure.
PaperLess document scanning software uses two layers of OCR (Optical Character Recognition) technology to extract the relevant data from your invoices by using Automatic Invoice Recognition. PaperLess handles multiple suppliers with multiple document formats, and also supports XML invoices. Automatic Invoice Recognition saves time and reduces manual errors so workflow management in your organisation is more efficient.
After running automatic invoice recognition, businesses can post accounting transactions with the relevant documents attached directly from PaperLess into their existing accounting applications. PaperLess integrates seamlessly with Sage 50c, Sage 200c, Sage 200 Standard Online and Sage 200 Extra Online and many other popular accounting applications. The synchronisation happens instantly in the background. There is no need for companies to give up their accounting applications in order to go paperless. Colleagues can view the accounting transactions stored in the Accounting Archive folder at a later stage.
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