ReadSoft partners with Data Technology to deliver automated end-to-end invoice processing solutions to SMBs

Small-to-medium-sized businesses can save resources, time and costs by automating their invoicing processes

ReadSoft Ltd and Data Technology Plc are partnering to enable small-to-medium-sized businesses (SMBs) to rapidly implement and benefit from automated invoice processing.

Data Technology, a leading ERP and systems integration business in the UK, will resell ReadSoft DOCUMENTS for INVOICES, the most widely used software for invoices processing in the world. Data Technology will provide a complete end-to-end solution for automated invoice processing that will enable SMBs to achieve significant efficiency gains and cost savings and rapid ROI.

Gus Machado, Data Technologys CEO, commented: "ReadSoft is a recognised leader in automated invoice processing. We evaluated five vendors and ReadSoft was light years ahead. The functionality and stability of ReadSofts solution, combined with our systems integration skills, will enable our clients to benefit from effective and rapid implementation and a very impressive ROI in months, not years.

"We are pleased to be partnering with Data Technology, who really understand SMBs and their requirements, said Tony Bridgeman, ReadSofts UK Managing Director. ReadSoft is the leading player in automated invoice handling with the most installations, longest experience, and widest expertise. This relationship will enable us to extend our offering in the SMB marketplace through a highly professional, service-led organisation.

ReadSoft DOCUMENTS for INVOICES is unique in covering every step of invoice processing, from capture to post. It also seamlessly integrates with leading ERP and financial applications, including SAP, Oracle, Lawson, Sun Systems, IFS, JD Edwards and Agresso. It is part of the ReadSoft DOCUMENTS platform, a complete solution for Document Automation which incorporates not only electronic invoice handling, but also forms processing, electronic mailroom, indexing, and rapid EDI.

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