Bottomline Technologies has announced that Kawasaki Motors Europe has expanded its use of the company’s document process automation solution, adding new capabilities that are designed to enable its 2,000 European-based dealers to access vehicle invoices online. Kawasaki has been leveraging Bottomline’s solution to generate invoices in multiple languages for its entire European operation since 2002. By expanding the implementation to include electronic document archiving, it hopes to be able to enhance the level of customer service provided by giving its dealer network self-service capabilities for accessing and viewing invoices electronically.
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