ITESOFT launches Balance for mySAP Business Suite v1.5

ITESOFT has announced the release of Balance for mySAP Business Suite v1.5, which enhances the productivity and efficiency of the invoice checking process within the SAP R/3 environment. 

This new version extends the functionality of ITESOFT's SAP-specific invoice processing suite, which was introduced in Autumn 2004.  Balance for mySAP Business Suite integrates all types of document processing flows (ADP, EDI, EIPP) into SAP R/3.  It brings together all the functional steps involved in invoice checking with the supervision and monitoring tools needed for data integration.

New features in Balance for mySAP Business Suite v1.5 include:

-  Broadened functional coverage ensures processing of 100% of external invoice flows (EDI, ADP, EIPP)
The Suite package now includes 4 workflows, with additional cost management being added to the quantity discrepancy management, price discrepancy management and FI invoice validation workflows. These can be used as the basis for a customised solution for each user company.

-  Automatic matching of MM invoices with any "SAP reference document": purchase order, delivery slip, service entry sheet, etc.

-  Management of new functional cases of invoice control: splitting up / grouping together of invoice line items, line-by-line invoicing closure, off-workflow invoice validation and dispute management.

-  Generic access to the image of the invoice from all transactions, irrespective of location and digital data storage device.

-  Easy access to setting functions.

-  Option lists available for matching and allocation.

-  Drag & drop function for invoice data during matching.

-  Automatic hiding of matched line items.

Over the last two years, ITESOFT has been successful with customers using SAP R/3, with more than 20 projects for automatic processing of invoices in the SAP environment including Air France, Alcan, Belgacom, Fresenius, Marie Groupe UNIQ, Saint-Gobain, Sodexho, and Tereos.

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