PaperLess was born in 1997 in Oslo with the vision of improving the efficiency of accounting systems by using automatic invoice recognition, electronic document flow and archiving. With an expanding client base of 1700 installations across Europe the PaperLess solution integrates seamlessly with both Sage 50 and Sage 200 Business Suite and manages the whole routine from scanning or adding electronic documents to processing them in the accounting systems.
Tuesday, 12 July 2016
What are HMRC recommendations regarding digital document storage?
HMRC does not specify any rules on how you must keep records. You can keep them on paper, digitally or as part of a software program (like book-keeping software). In fact HMRC can charge you a penalty if your records are not accurate, complete and readable so make sure you store your documents in a digital format and well organized making sure that you can have easy access to them.
PaperLess software is now on HRMC Record Keeping Software Providers List, which presents to users a number of software suppliers that have produced simple record keeping applications to help accounting professionals manage their documents and, in the case of PaperLess software, to have those documents directly linked to transactions in Sage 50 Accounts and Sage 200 Business Suite.
PaperLess software integrates seamlessly with Sage 50 Accounts and Sage 200 Business Suite, allowing companies to manage all their documents in a fast and effective way. But PaperLess is much more than a simple document management solution, allowing users to send documents on workflow for approval, access all information online and give secure remote access to both employees and clients so that they can access all Sage transactions and documents whenever and wherever they are.
Contact us for your 20 minutes free online demo of PaperLess and get a glance of what PaperLess can do for your business and why more and more Sage users are relying on PaperLess to increase their productivity levels and to gain competitive advantages.