Times are a’changing for many employers as they set their employees up to work from home. While working from home was becoming more and more commonplace even before the novel coronavirus struck, nowadays it is essential.
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Today’s workforce is becoming a remote one. More and more companies are transitioning their employees to remote workers, allowing them to save money on office space and equipment, as well as expand their hiring to a wider group of prospects.
The MetaViewer team is celebrating, because this week it announced that the state-of-the-art document management solution now integrates with Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Operations!
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Being in the cloud is all the rage. As it should be - it’s efficient, cost-effective and secure, making business processes easier to manage and increasing your visibility into financial procedures. Dynamics 365 for Operations merges all of the current ERP cloud solutions into one cloud service with apps to help users manage business functions including Financials, Field Service, Sales, Operations, Project Service Automation and Customer Service.
Here at Metafile, we pride ourselves in our excellent and seamless integrations with Microsoft Dynamics and other ERPs. Our paperless document management solution, MetaViewer, allows users to interact with AP documents through a convenient browser-based interface, making it easy and efficient for employees to be in-the-know about where documents are in the financial process. The application data is stored in a SQL Server database and the documents are stored on a file system. System information, user information and document content is created during an automated workflow process.
It’s that time of year again – time to get ready for the annual NetSuite conference, SuiteWorld!
You can’t predict a disaster. Whether it’s a hurricane, a fire in your warehouse or a massive data breach, disasters come from seemingly nowhere and it’s your responsibility as a business executive to make sure that your company’s information is secure.
These days, everything is in the cloud. Your music, photos, contacts, even your famous family recipes can be stored in the ambiguous-sounding cloud. It’s a comfort knowing that cloud storage is virtually unlimited and often more secure than storing information on your computer’s hard drive or company server. With that in mind, our prediction is that we will see more people adopting cloud-based AP automation instead of installed or on-premise systems.