Minimize Risk with Effective Document Planning

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Have you ever realized how many paper documents go into a day’s work? You have invoices, packing slips, receipts, bills of lading, agreements & contracts, not to mention legal and human resources documents. The list goes on and if you don’t already have an effective document management process in place, you are left unsure of how or where everything is stored.

Management of paper based files gets risky and very expensive. Did you know paper has a huge impact on your bottom line? It can cost up to $28,000 just for labor and materials to fill one 4 drawer file cabinet. A paper-based document management system also results in lack of compliance and mandated regulation, poor customer service and failed audits. To put it plain and simple, it is inefficient and hardly effective, especially when you consider the sheer volume of documents actually going into a day’s work.

Having an effective document planning solution in place reduces response time while saving you effort and money. We are the creators of KwikTag™, which is a leading capture solution for enterprise content management. KwikTag is the only document imaging solution fully integrated into the Microsoft Dynamics® GP, Microsoft Dynamics NAV and Microsoft Dynamics AX ERP solutions and can help you do the following:

  • Increase efficiency by automatically linking paper and electronic documents to vendor and customer cards, records or accounting transactions
  • Streamline internal invoice processing and eliminate lost or misfiled documents by maintaining all A/P documents electronically
  • Enhance customer service by decreasing response time with desktop-access to vendor and customer records
  • Improve compliance requirements by quickly and easily providing supporting documentation to auditors
  • Easily share documents with other users, departments and locations, or limit access to documents

View a free demo of KwikTag and find out how easy and effective document planning can really be.

By Kate Larson of Image Tag, a  Microsoft Dynamics Document Management Provider

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