Datel, the UK’s largest Sage software partner, is saving £36,000 per year and has totally eliminated manual data entry in the processing of purchase invoices using Version One’s document management and imaging software.
Version One’s systems, which are integrated into Datel’s Sage accounting system and are used by 20 authorised Datel staff, are enabling the electronic production, delivery, storage and authorisation of financial documents. Using Version One’s data capture system, Datel has also eliminated manual intervention in capturing purchase invoice data and automated payments with Version One’s BACS-iP solution.
Paul Crompton, sales director from Datel, said: “As a re-seller of Version One’s document management and imaging software we were fully aware of the many business benefits of using these systems. It was only a matter of time before we decided to implement these systems ourselves and enjoy the software’s cost, efficiency and space-saving benefits.”
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