Invu becomes the only electronic document management ISV to join SAP Business One Portfolio

Invu, the leading provider in electronic document management (EDM) systems for the small and medium sized enterprise (SME) market has joined SAPs worldwide independent software vendors (ISVs) portfolio of partner-developed business management applications for small and midsize enterprises (SMEs) based on SAP Business One.

Invu becomes the first EDM ISV to join SAPs portfolio and is certified for integration with SAP Business One. This deal will allow Invu to be offered to channel partners via the SAP PartnerEdge programme. This agreement allows ISVs to sell and implement solutions globally and have access to SAPs global collaboration tool for resellers to source Invu as a document management provider.

Invus inclusion in the SAP PartnerEdge programme is due to its track record in numerous implementations. Citing the reasons for choosing Invu, Mark Weir, channel development manager, SAP said, As an organisation, Invu possesses all the qualities we look for it is a very sales driven and growth oriented company and we share a joint emphasis towards the Business One product.

Mr Weir continued, We have identified professional services as key markets for us, particularly legal and accountancy. Invu offers a wealth of experience and best practice in this area, emphasised by the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England & Wales (ICAEW) accreditation of version 5.4.

Jon Halestrap, director of sales and marketing at Invu commented, We are thrilled to be the only ISV in the world to be certified for Electronic Document Management as part of SAP Business One. The plethora of new regulations, most notably in the area of corporate governance is massively impacting the way documents are managed. Electronic document management is becoming increasingly popular as businesses realise this solution can offer an effective method of managing business critical documentation, combined with cost savings and enhanced efficiency.

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