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.
Friday, 23 September 2016
PaperLess for Sage enables saving of £10,000 to Blair’s Caravans
The document management automation experienced by Blair’s Caravan with PaperLess for Sage allows the company to“save £10,000 every year with staff as well as to save employees' time spent on processing invoices” says Colin Mayrs, Blair’s Caravans Managing Director.
Situated on the famous Causeway Coast, Blair’s Caravans holiday parks cater for both touring and static caravans, relying on modern facilities to ensure business success. Something also achieved due to high productivity levels among employees, with PaperLess software being directly responsible for this through the direct savings in time staff spends on processing invoices.
Automatic Invoice Recognition increasing productivity levels while reducing manual data input
Increase in data accuracy levels due to system automation and data verification
All documents directly linked to Sage making the auditing process much more simple and faster than before
All documents in digital format and accessible from any computer
Although Automatic Invoice Recognition is still seen by the company’s Managing Director as one of PaperLess’ most important features, Colin Mayrs also quickly realised that due to the ease of use and automation offered by PaperLess software he could both reduce staff allocated to the accounts area, due to the increase in productivity levels, as well as lessen the skill level required to process purchase invoices. Colin states as an example of this the fact that Blair’s Caravans “put an end to having invoices being paid twice, because if you try to do so PaperLess immediately tells you that the invoice has already been entered, so no need for a high skilled employee to prevent this from happening"