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Altec Presenting How Sage 300 Users Can Go Paperless and Automate Processes During BAASS Virtual Conference

Altec, a leader in enterprise document management and process automation solutions, will be presenting today during the BAASS Connect Virtual 2020 Conference.

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Altec Sales Directors Curt Hixson and Tim Panichi will be presenting, “How to Go Paperless and Boost In-Office and Remote Workforce Efficiency,” from 1:05-1:30pm ET. Attendees will learn how DocLink can help their company go paperless to digitally manage their documents and data, and automate processes in any department. Tightly integrated with all Sage ERPs, DocLink leverages the existing data in Sage to automate any document-intensive process to improve productivity in AP, AR, Sales Order, Contracts, HR and throughout a company’s enterprise.

Hixson stated, “Companies have been challenged this year – initially to provide immediate capabilities for employees to work from home, and now to implement long-term solutions to successfully maintain and grow their business, no matter where employees are working. DocLink simplifies document management by eliminating paper and streamlining processes so employees can access the data they need to do their jobs effectively.

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So many of our customers have commented to us that they wouldn’t have been able to survive this year without DocLink. The remote capabilities inherent in DocLink allowed them to send employees home instantaneously to work, allowing their businesses to continue seamlessly. We’re looking forward to sharing with BAASS customers how they can achieve the same benefits during our presentation.”

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