When information arrives into your business, it needs to be captured appropriately, processed efficiently and entered into the correct information systems.
Information coming into your organisation typically arrives in paper, fax, web or email format. With intelligent data capture solutions, information can be automatically classified, extracted, validated and shared with digital workflows or existing ERP systems.
If any of the above sound familiar, we can help. We start by understanding your information and document processes. We then demonstrate how we can make these processes more efficient and effective. This will indicate if a strong ROI is possible in terms of time and cost savings.
We apply the most appropriate data capture technology whether that is digital pens, tablets or document imaging and scanning with OCR and intelligent capture. We then assure automated processing and integration with current host systems and databases.
There are many applications, but here are a few key areas:
Eliminate the time and cost consuming manual distribution of mail by digitising, sorting and intelligently routing all inbound mail, no matter if it’s a paper document, fax or e-mail. Deliver the right information to the right person at the right time.
Field Operations Automation
Use e-forms on mobile devices to capture data and information in the field and send them back to the office in real time. Once the information is received, automated processes such as confirmation emails or billing system updates are triggered. The automation possibilities are endless.
Accounts Payable Automation
The laborious and inefficient task of manually typing invoices into accounts systems are automated and enhanced using intelligent software. Scanned and emailed invoices have their data automatically extracted, validated, reviewed, authorised and posted into any accountancy software system, reducing the AP process time and cost.
Call our team today to discuss your needs and let us identify potential savings and opportunities across your organisation