Documation has had a number of articles published in industry publications. Below, also, are links to various white papers, eBooks and case studies.
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Download the eBook to see how digital P2P can help address common processing challenges that often arise with manual P2P systems and processes.
ALD implemented Documation’s Digital Mailroom to automate their vehicle payout process dealing with 30,000+ packs of varying numbers of individual documents each year.
Examining the rationale for a holistic process, the features of P2P automation, and how digital P2P has become available to mid-tier enterprises.
The quote comes from a paper written in 1956 – but paperwork remains a
‘growing problem’ for many organisations today.
Reduced cost and cycle time, increased productivity and security – some of the benefits GO Outdoors reports since automating supplier invoice processing.
Development of the design and flexibility of solutions means mid-tier businesses and services are increasingly looking to invest in Accounts Payable automation.
… so say 68 percent of the respondents to a recent survey conducted by the Association of Information and Image Management (AIIM).
Regardless of industry and across business departments, it’s seldom that it is not a document of some sort that kick-starts a process, and still often paper-based.
The media is awash with articles discussing the plausibility of the paperless office. Is it a myth or reality? The answer (at risk of being seen to sit on the fence) is a mixture of both.
Document management workflow is all about automating to streamline a process and enabling the efficient flow of tasks through a business process.
Effective document management solutions can’t sit in splendid isolation – seamless integration with line of business systems, ERP, HR and CRM application is crucial.
A buzz-phrase resounding in IT circles for many years, the importance of a ‘Single Version of the Truth’ is increasingly recognised across the business.