Air France Deploys ITESOFT's Automatic Invoice Capture Software

ITESOFT is to supply its automated invoice processing software suite, ITESOFT.FreeMind for Invoices, to Air France in order to process the large volumes of supplier invoices it receives on a daily basis as well as optimise accounting processes within the various business units, reduce data entry costs and improve the quality of information integrated into its SAP ERP system.

ITESOFT.FreeMind for Invoices integrates into the SAP environment enabling customers to automatically digitise incoming paper invoices, extract critical data and compare invoices with supplier, order and receipt information which is automatically fed into SAP ERP environment improving productivity and efficiency.

Air France undertook a detailed study of all Invoice processing solutions on the market in order to make certain of choosing the tools best suited for its business needs and environment and selected ITESOFT.FreeMind for its performance and adaptability.

Simon Lescarcelle, Head of Projects at Air France said: "ITESOFT.FreeMind's architecture and the tools it provides for communicating within a SAP environment were determining factors when it came to making our choice. ITESOFT.FreeMind for Invoices offers both functional users and SAP production centre administrators a very attractive interface. The product's technical performance simply served to highlight the validity of our choice."

Air France selected BT SYNTEGRA, the international consultancy and systems integration specialist, to implement ITESOFT.FreeMind for Invoices in order to automatically digitise and index invoices into IBM's Content Manager DNS solution making them accessible to all users via SAP transactions.

Tom Fox, marketing director of ITESOFT UK concluded, "ITESOFT's high-performance solution for the automatic processing of supplier invoices, can be seamlessly integrated into the SAP technical environment enabling quicker and more coherent data processing operations."

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