Bottomline Technologies has partnered with QAD, a provider of enterprise software and services, to offer its transactional document automation solutions to thousands of QAD customers in North America. QAD’s solutions provide the functionality manufacturing companies need to manage resources and operations. In choosing to deploy Bottomline’s transactional document automation solutions, QAD users gain an alternative to custom programming often required to transform the efficiency and reduce the costs of creating and distributing standard ERP output such as invoices, purchase orders, bills of lading and payments. Bottomline’s document process automation solutions allow organisations to streamline business processes that rely heavily on paper-based documents. By automating the composition, routing, delivery and storage of transactional documents, users can operate more efficiently and cost-effectively.
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