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FileBound for Accounting

Invoicing and keeping track of money has always been a complicated process. A lot of work goes into accounting and making sure that money is going where it’s supposed to go, rather than being dumped into unimportant things or going missing somewhere along the chain of command. The accounting department of most companies does not just keep track of money, though. It is important that they keep track of vehicle mileage, employee hours, and are able to forecast the next quarter of spending and receiving so that they have an idea of what the money situation will be in the future.

Doing all of this work manually has traditionally made this job rather difficult. It takes an exorbitant amount of time to do everything by hand or even with substandard software. FileBound bridges the invoicing process to make it streamlined, smooth, and easily accessible to the accounting department. Every invoice that is received by the company is automatically scanned into the FileBound program and any important information is extracted from the invoice so that it is easy to incorporate into the accounting process. A picture of the original is kept as well, in case the program misses some information. You always have the data right at your fingertips. It is quick and easy to find and is accident and disaster proof.

Efficiency is the name of the game in today’s marketplace. With FileBound for your accounting department, you can reduce data entry error, cut down on superfluous staff, and quickly access data. All of these things will save you time and money, while keeping your files organized. FileBound is the perfect solution for your accounting needs!

If you are interested in learning more about Document Management with Filebound, please contact Micro Records Company, Inc. by calling 877-410-SCAN or visit MicroRecord.com! FileBound provides workflow automation solutions to help your company run more quickly and efficiently. Check out FileBound and our other great solutinos on the Micro Records website.

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