TechnologyAccounting SoftwareAlbany offers electronic document delivery

Albany offers electronic document delivery

Albany Software will be launching its latest eTransactions enabling software product, ALBACS Remit at the show.

Its Remit product is a comprehensive electronic document delivery solution aimed at SME organisations and will give users the ability to generate and distribute remittance advises directly from their computer desktop.

Commenting on the new product Albany MD Adrian Stafford-Jones said: ‘ALBACS Remit is targeted specifically at SME businesses and challenges the competition in terms of low cost of entry, rapid implementation and ease of use.’

He added that it was the ‘ideal software product for any SME organisation that wishes to take its first steps on the road to adopting eTechnologies’.

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