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Electronic Invoice Processing:Low Touch, High Value

DocuWare Kinetic Solution for Invoice Processing targets small and midsize companies and aims to provide scalable, cloud-based digital tools that are faster and simpler than other industry solutions.

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DocuWare 7 Improves ECM Cloud Functionality

Ralph Gammon chats with DocuWare CTO, Michael Berger

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Why AP Is a Prime Cloud Candidate

Accounts payable (AP) is an area where cloud-based applications such as DocuWare Kinetic Solution for Invoice Processing can provide a quick win - CFO explores how and why.

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DocuWare Cloud Review on PC MAG

Tim Ferril gives DocuWare Cloud an excellent review on PC MAG. See the rundown.

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$55 Million Software Firm Looking at Beacon

Representatives from DocuWare, told the Beacon City Council on Monday (March 26) that it is pressed for space at its offices near Stewart International Airport and has been searching for a location with a walkable downtown for its 60 U.S. employees.

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LESS+MORE Rebrands DocuWare

San Diego based branding and design agency reports on how it designed the new logo and oversaw the global rebranding of DocuWare.

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DocuWare Version 6.10 with Hybrid Cloud Solution

Now users can can use ECM features in the public cloud and flexibly combine them with their private cloud/local on-premise system.

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Docuworld Americas: Value and Vision

On May 3-6 at the Red Rock Casino Resort & Spa in Las Vegas, Nevada, DocuWare explained how customers can grow their businesses with the company’s software in this new world of work.

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EDRM implementation: A surprisingly bumpy road

When implementing an electronic document management system (EDRMS), most organizations assume that it is just one type of software which may bring added value.

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Best Practices: ECM Getting it Done for Nonprofit

New York autism service provider, QSAC (a nonprofit), has over 1,500 employees and a budget of $55 million; it is essential to monitor complex accounting processes and allocations.

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