Accounting software giant Iris has signed a partnership with document
management company Infonic. The agreement will help the 15,000 users of Iris
Exchequer automate document archiving.
The integration of Infonic technology with IRIS Exchequer will allow users to
centralise their paper trail. The partnership will also mean that companies can
reduce their environmental footprint as the technology allows for web enabled
document storage so that users can access information from anywhere.
Mark Thompson, CEO of Infonic plc said: ‘Integrating the financial and
document management software within any organisation delivers huge and immediate
efficiency gains because it makes the source documents that support financial
analysis and decision making, like purchase orders and emails, instantly and
universally accessible to end users.’
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