For accountants, tax or auditing season can make tasks mount quickly, and leave little room for everything to get done. You may feel overwhelmed at the sheer volume of files you have to go through – all while staying in adherence to budget.
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DocuPhase’s “Business Process Automation” blog will provide valuable insight into how your company can benefit from implementing document management and workflow automation into existing processes.
It’s evident that Microsoft Dynamics GP is an agile financial business management application that enables many mid-sized businesses to, simply put, do better and more efficient accounting. And let’s be honest – who doesn’t like doing productive work? There’s no doubt that the ongoing features and add-ons from Microsoft continue to innovate and keep the software cranking for you.
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Technology and people – namely, those in accounting – have had a rapidly evolving relationship over the last decade. Accounting innovations in technology have changed the way we interact with and understand data; in fact, this new digital plumbing framework has ushered in a new age of code and application program interfaces (APIs) altogether.
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When it comes to document management, many companies just “go with the flow,” even if there are other, better options out there. The main resistance comes from the worry of implementing a new system – that it will drain resources and time, and affect efficiency of the team.
One of the biggest potential problems when introducing a new software solution is integration with existing processes. End users are on the lookout for any way to accelerate the process, define integration points for document management, and streamline workflows.
Many times, the amount of administrative work done in a week tracking down documents or sharing files with team members can be time-consuming and an inefficient use of time. It’s these activities that can detract from more valuable, high-level tasks for an organization.