Therefore and IRIS have jointly launched IRISCapture Pro 8.5 for Therefore, the new version of IRIS’ powerful software suite to automatically scan, sort, index, capture data from, and archive forms and invoices, now directly connected to the Therefore Document Management Solution.
IRISCapture Pro 8.5 for Invoices is programmed to scan, structure, and sort invoices and extract the data, so they can be imported into any accounting, enterprise resource planning (ERP) or workflow package ready to be edited, saving substantial amounts of time and money. The suite is able to capture any data from any type of invoice. Users can look over the scanned information and make any adjustments. Another advantage of this application is the high level of compatibility it offers – it is compatible with all top-level professional scanners/printers, such as Fujitsu, Canon, HP, and Kodak.
Pierre De Muelenaere, president and chief executive officer (CEO) of IRIS, said: “Thanks to this technology, users will save up to 50% on their invoice processing costs and also free up valuable manpower, making their office considerably more productive.”
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