Provider of cloud solutions for document management and workflow automation, DocuWare, has released DocuWare Version 7.1. This is the latest version of the vendor’s flagship document management and workflow software. Highlights of the new platform include improved workflow capabilities, automatic processing by line item on invoices, and a new Workflow User License.
In order to address the need for fast and secure workflows necessary to modern businesses, DocuWare version 7.1’s new capabilities enable workflows to be faster, more convenient, and more transparent. Several tasks can now be processed simultaneously, steps can be filtered for a better overview, and notification emails sent to multiple recipients at the same time.
In a press statement, Co-president of DocuWare Group, Dr. Michael Berger said, “the new features help companies of all sizes and industries to work more efficiently and save even more time. With DocuWare version 7.1, our customers have even more new ways to effortlessly handle tasks within complex processes – without the burden of investing and maintaining a complicated IT infrastructure.” Dr. Berger has led the company’s development team for over 10 years and sees the new features as another step towards providing businesses of any size more ways to adopt a cloud solution.
The new version of the platform features automated invoice processing based on individual line items. With version 7.1, split posting, (the assignment of these individual line items to different cost centers for multiple approvals) is simplified. In addition to this, Improved Intelligent Indexing recognizes individual entries and transfers them as metadata into a new field. The accuracy of these entries forms the basis for controlling the invoice workflow. DocuWare Version 7.1 is now available in both cloud and on-premises versions. Both setups offer identical functionalities.
To read DocuWare’s full press release, click here.
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