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Epicor Customer Conference 2013 in Nashville Spotlights the Latest Technologies to Drive Performance and Productivity, Including doc-link by Altec
Date:5/13/2013

Laguna Hills, CA (PRWEB) May 13, 2013

Altec Products, Inc., a leading provider of integrated document management and workflow solutions, announced today their Diamond Sponsorship of Insights 2013, the Epicor Customer Conference to be held May 13 – 16 at the Gaylord Opryland Resort in Nashville, Tennessee. Their premier solution, doc-link, provides seamless integration to Epicor products for manufacturing, distribution and service organizations. doc-link allows companies to go paperless to improve productivity in any department and any process.

Insights 2013 will offer seven document management related sessions and labs presented or supported by Altec speaking to the power of doc-link as a tool for paperless AP and AR processing for Epicor ERP applications and Epicor Prophet 21.

Merri Jo Cleair, doc-link Product Manager, Altec added, “There are many practical applications for the Smart Form Toolkit such as the creation of expense reports, credit card reconciliation, and streamlining HR onboarding with electronic check lists. This concept has proved successful and popular to give users the flexibility to automate business processes throughout the entire organization.”

Epicor Prophet 21 users looking to automate their Accounts Payable processes can do so with the new doc-link Accounts Payable automation. Available as an add on module, this allows users to scan incoming vendor invoices and process them through the Epicor Prophet 21 voucher process with automatic document linking capabilities. As the module is designed for use with multiple monitors, the Accounts Payable staff will be able to greatly increase their efficiency of data entry and have the ability to immediately recall images of a vendor’s documents when working with the vouchers.

Mark Ford, CEO, Altec stated, “Our focus this year at Insights is to help Epicor users
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