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What if there was a way for your AP department to eliminate common drivers of errors in the process? There is: Automated accounts payable software, coupled with a modern document management system.
Fortunately, no matter how the 2014/15 tax season went, you don’t need to dread April ever again. By deploying a modern, flexible document management system (like SAFE CLOUD), you can ensure that all your mission-critical documentation is instantly accessible by authorized users – anywhere, anytime, on any device.
Be a fire, a flood, an earthquake, a hurricane, a tornado or just a catastrophic system issue, the most effective form of disaster recovery is a proactive approach that serves to both mitigate potential damage and bounce back when some inevitably occurs.
An unexpected disaster can easily wipe out your offices’ filing cabinets, papers, on-site servers and hard drives. Could you imagine the chaos that would create for your business? Luckily, with Cabinet Document Management Solutions, you don’t have to.
What if we told you there was a way to speed up just about everything in your organization? There is — enterprise-class document management and business process automation software, like Cabinet SAFE.
When you’re trying to automate a complex, document-intensive process like accounts payable, the first step –literally and figuratively – is document capture. Here’s how an enterprise-class capture solution can save your organization thousands of dollars and dozens of hours every month.
Legally binding signatures are mission-critical in every industry. Here’s how to make sure the electronic ones you collect are good enough.
Document management solutions offer three methods of document retrieval: structural search, keyword/metadata and full-text. Here’s how to pick the best for you.