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Latest Release of IntelliChief ECM Supports Smoother Workflow Processes

IntelliChief, LLC, a provider of automated document management and workflow enterprise content management (ECM) solutions, has announced the launch of the latest release of IntelliChief ECM,  which eliminates the step of data keying into enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems via new Index Panels, along with custom documentation file identification capabilities, and enhanced system-user security functionality.

IntelliChief ECM aims to provide a smooth, automated transition from costly manual document management and workflow functions. Areas of use include Accounting (both Accounts Payable and Accounts Receivable), Finance, Purchasing, Customer Service, Human Resources, Legal, Logistics/Distribution, Operations and other paper and process-intensive departments.

In the new release, Index Panels eliminate the step of data keying into ERP systems of Accounts Payable Non-Purchase Order invoice data, enabling General Ledger coding automation to be executed by a single person as part of an automated workflow process. Approval signatures may be added electronically, further removing time and cost associated with manual processing, providing streamlined, efficient AP automation.

In addition, with this release, custom document identification may be maintained in IntelliChief, rather than having the system rename files. Organization per project and transaction continues for accessible archival and process-based workflow, keeping each document’s ID intact from its original source storage, displayed centrally under each document file’s image, reducing search and retrieval time.  

IntelliChief ECM users can now also utilize their Windows login ID, allowing single-source username/password security and management convenience.

For IntelliChief ECM information, visit www.intellichief.com

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