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Members of the TrinSoft Dynamics NAV consulting team will be attending Directions in Chandler, Arizona on Sept. 25-28. Directions is the only Dynamics NAV event driven by NAV partners for NAV partners. Directions is designed to help partners build new business contacts, learn about best practices, and discover valuable tools for execution and success. Get more information on Directions here.
Have you ever done the math to see how much it’s actually costing your organization to process a single invoice? Nikki Russell explains the answer using analysis from the Aberdeen Research Group.
In my past articles, I keep insisting, time and again, the reason that documents should be very well taken care of is that managers are paid to make decisions, which are made based on knowledge, and that knowledge is obtained from processed information (usually a lot of it). At the end of the day, information travels and sits on documents. Hence, if documents are neglected, everything else from there is in jeopardy.
Recent data shows that, at a corporate level, the barriers to electronic document management (EDM) implementation are commonly associated to “lack of time” (45%), “lack of human resources” (36%), “lack of senior management support” (20%) and “lack of budget” (28%).