Sage has signed a global original equipment manufacturer (OEM) agreement with Version One, the author of electronic document management solutions, to jointly introduce Sage ERP X3 EDM. Under the agreement, customers of Sage’s global enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution for the mid-market, Sage ERP X3, will have the option to integrate Version One’s document management solution into their system, providing both the cost savings and greater efficiencies related to electronic document management.
The vendor says that Sage ERP X3 EDM will enable users to seamlessly and securely archive, retrieve and process business documents such as invoices and other external supplier documents directly from the Sage ERP X3 system. This will significantly reduce the circulation, filing, management and processing of physical documents – saving businesses time and reducing the costs and environmental impact of printing and storing paper documents.
The system provides authorised access within the enterprise to organise, store, access, comment on and distribute appropriate corporate information. The search criteria within the Sage ERP X3 application user interface simplifies access to important information and eliminates the risk of mislaying or incorrectly filing documents. As the documents are stored electronically, copies can be kept at different locations for total security.
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