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Many companies rely of getting a signed delivery docket before they can invoice. This means that a lost docket or a misplaced proof of delivery slip can be a very costly and time-consuming mistake...
If your business moves stuff around payment can sometimes depend on a piece of paper.
Many companies rely of getting a signed delivery docket before they can invoice. This means that a lost docket or a misplaced proof of delivery slip can be a very costly and time-consuming mistake.
In a digital age, sifting through piles of paper trying to find a wayward docket, just doesn't make sense. It takes time. It takes manpower. It's costing you money.
Now there is a better way. Now you can take people and piles of paper out of the process. Now businesses of any size can take advantage of a powerful, scalable and affordable document management solution. Introducing EI-TRAX,
EI-TRAX will ensure that you never lose an important document again. EI-TRAX streamlines your document management processes to increase visibility and retrievability. All of your documents including POD's, invoices and delivery dockets, are scanned into a centralised digital archive. Each document can be tagged with relevant indexing information such as customer number, date, document code. Now all your documents are searchable. Now you can find the documents you need when you need them.
If a customer queries a delivery or a dispute over payment arises, you can instantly find the signed copy you need to get paid. And that is just one of the benefits provided by EI-TRAX. Ultimately, EI-TRAX will deliver smoother transactions, improved customer care and faster invoice turnaround times.
So if you want to reduce your debtor days, improve cashflow, eliminate physical storage costs and focus your energies on more productive tasks than rifling through piles of paper, then you need EI-TRAX.
To find out how EI-TRAX can benefit your business check out our product guide
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