Are you tired of entering invoices and other documents manually? Would you like to win back control of invoice approval and let anyone approve from anywhere?
Automate every step of your daily invoice processing, from receiving and registering documents to retrieving them again later for auditing and reporting purposes. With Continia Document Capture 365, built-in OCR technology reads textual content and sends documents to the correct workflows for approval and archiving. And you get all of this with minimal user involvement, saving you both time and the hassle of having to register documents manually.
Document Capture supports a wide range of document formats, PDF files, and electronic documents with out-of-the-box support for major XML-based invoicing formats. In short, you get the complete solution to communicate effectively with your vendors from all over the world.
Electronic documents are processed in the same way as PDF files, and the solution automatically applies a set of registration, approval, and posting rules that enable you to quickly convert PEPPOL/XML documents into purchase invoices and, if desired, even post the invoices right away.
You can easily approve invoices and other documents either directly in Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central or using the Continia Web Approval Portal, so everyone in your organization can access the approval workflow at any time. At the same time, you have direct access to the digital archive, meaning that you always have the right information and insights when you need them.
Key features and benefits of using the app:
Start your free trial by downloading the app. When activating the solution, please contact your Dynamics partner.
This app supports both the Essential and Premium editions of Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central.
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