DataServ, a Software as a Service (SaaS (News - Alert)) enterprise content management (ECM) provider of document and process automation solutions, recently announced it will provide its accounts payable (AP) automation solution to a national leader in healthcare services.
DataServ explains that its accounts payable software simplifies and improves business processes and tailors the solution to work the way clients want it to, without the high cost of customization.
The solution features Digital Mailroom which takes any documents, accurately scan them and convert them to data that clients can quickly and easily route for approval. As a result, the clients can skip the high capital costs of setting up their own scanning and capture operation, buying specialized software, including high priced consultants to implement, and then the high labor costs associated with the inherent learning curve to optimize their in-house process.
Also, the solution includes Processing Machine, SaaS-based Optical Character Recognition (OCR) software, which helps clients to improve their invoice processing. It is aimed at taking the guesswork (and hard work) out of OCR with the process guaranteeing 99+ percent clean usable data.
“Clients really appreciate the flexible start-up options our SaaS platform provides,” says DataServ CEO/Founder Jeff Haller. “This flexibility provided the client a much less risky approach to their AP automation needs. To have a recognized leader in healthcare services think enough of the work we have already done for them to expand their use of our solution is a tremendous honor for everyone at DataServ.”
In related news, a leading material handling equipment company recently selected DataServ to automate and streamline their accounts payable (AP) process as well.
Automation of accounts receivable and payable has become a growing market as companies realize the multiple benefits of more efficient (faster), effective (more accurate) and less labor-intensive processing of tasks that historically have been manual and time-consuming. In particular, having such an accurate OCR capability is something that is sure to be attractive to companies that rely on it as a key part of their document management process.
Edited by Peter Bernstein