Lynne Munns, General Manager of Version One says, âFollowing demand from Sage 200 users and after researching the Sage 200 marketplace, we recognised a clear gap for a document management provider that can provide âout of the boxâ document delivery and document archiving solutions. There is currently no viable document archiving system for Sage 200 users on the market and so we are fulfilling this need at a competitive price.â
Munns continues, âWe have been delivering document management solutions for Sage users for nearly twenty years and during this time, have developed partnerships with the UKâs leading Sage re-sellers. The launch of these latest solutions, specifically designed for Sage 200 users, demonstrates our continued commitment to the Sage market.â
Version Oneâs Output Manager provides Sage 200 users with the ability to personalise and electronically deliver outbound finance documents such as invoices and statements, either using automated fax or by email (as TIFF or PDF files). Being able to electronically deliver documents eliminates the costs and time associated with manually printing and posting business documents. With Output Manager, users can expect savings of up to Â£1.50 per document.
Output Manager Archive includes document archiving functionality for all outbound documents created in Output Manager. This solution stores an exact image of all outgoing documents and this image can then be instantaneously retrieved from within Sage 200 or via Version Oneâs custom query search facility.
Using Scanning Archive, Sage 200 users can electronically scan, image and store all inbound finance documents. Barcode technology enables documents to be scanned in batches rather than them having to be scanned and indexed individually. With both Output Manager Archive and Scanning Archive, there is the option for document retrieval via a standard web browser.
Munns adds, âBy using our solutions integrated into Sage 200, all imaged documents are stored safely and securely and are accessible by a touch of a button, eradicating lost paperwork. By replacing the manual filing, retrieval, photocopying and postage of key financial documents with electronic processes, the business also cuts costs, frees-up document storage space and ultimately, runs more efficiently.â