As nice as it is to get lots of registrations for an upcoming event – for an event’s organizer, receiving a registration form is just the beginning of a workflow. Forms must be collected and stored, payments need to be recorded and compared. With DocuWare, this entire process virtually runs itself: login data is recorded in a well-organized manner and each transaction automatically initiates the next steps.
Organizing in DocuWare is a lot like everywhere else, whether it’s your kitchen, toolbox or desk: once things are cleaned up, it’s a whole lot easier to find what you are looking for. So when a misspelled company name is supplied as as an index term, related documents certainly won’t be easy to find. Making corrections along the way are certainly worthwhile to make...and quickly handled.
Say you’d like to add a delivery note to the record of a previously stored invoice. It’s simple with DocuWare Client. Just drag the delivery slip from the basket and drop it on the invoice appearing in a result or task list. You can also decide in which order the documents should be combined. Here’s how:
Incoming invoices can be processed even more rapidly when invoice data is automatically transferred into your accounting software. This includes all data that is typically captured and made available through DocuWare, such as an invoice date and number, amounts or cost centers. By grabbing this information, you already have the basics for booking records or making suggestions to your accounting program, making the billing process even easier for larger volumes. It also reduces potential errors by eliminating manual input.
More than a thousand DocuWare customers are using Intelligent Indexing today for ultra-quick document storage. This unique service reads through documents and recommends specific indexing terms. Nearly 14 million documents have already been stored and indexed with Intelligent Indexing. The service’s accuracy rate is above 80 percent. But what can you do when Intelligent Indexing is not reading the words you want it to? It’s just a matter of the right training.