DocuWare relieves HR departments of burdensome paper chasing and document administration, allowing them to focus more on high-value tasks
New Windsor, NY - DocuWare, provider of cloud solutions for document management and workflow automation, releases DocuWare 7.1, the latest version of its flagship document management and workflow software. Highlights include improved workflow capabilities, a new Workflow User License, and automatic processing by line item on invoices.
Addressing the need for fast and secure workflows essential to every modern business, DocuWare version 7.1’s new features make its workflows faster, more convenient and more transparent. Now, several tasks can be processed at the same time, steps can be filtered for a better overview and notification emails sent to multiple recipients simultaneously.
Following DocuWare’s cloud-first strategy and focus on flexibility for customers, the new Workflow User License enables employees who require only read-only access to archived documents to complete their key tasks within a workflow, using a “lighter” version of the full license. These users can also fill out and save forms with this license. This new option allows teams to involve a greater number of relevant staffs in workflows in a much more cost-effective manner.
The new version also features automated invoice processing based on individual line items. With version 7.1, split posting – the assignment of these individual line items to different cost centers for multiple approvals, is effortless. Improved Intelligent Indexing recognizes individual entries and transfers them as metadata into a new field. The accuracy of these entries forms the basis for controlling the invoice workflow.
"The new features help companies of all sizes and industries to work more efficiently and save even more time," says Dr. Michael Berger, Co-president of DocuWare Group. Dr. Berger, who has led the company’s development team for more than 10 years, sees the new features as another step toward offering organizations of any scale more ways to adopt a cloud solution: "With DocuWare version 7.1, our customers have even more new ways to effortlessly handle tasks within complex processes - without the burden of investing and maintaining a complicated IT infrastructure.“
DocuWare Version 7.1 is available in cloud and on-premises versions, both set ups offer identical functionalities.
New Windsor, NY – DocuWare, provider of cloud solutions for document management and workflow automation, announces Jim Roberts as the new president of DocuWare Corporation. Based in the New York office, Jim will be responsible for the Americas. Co-presidents Dr. Michael Berger and Max Ertl will continue to lead the company globally.
This appointment is a clear reflection of the company’s drive to maintain its ambitious growth targets. With over 2,000 cloud customers at the start of 2019 and 12,000 active customers total across more than 90 countries, DocuWare is fired up for continued success in the content services market.
“We welcome Jim’s energy, direction and experience. These, along with his passion for our mission, our partners and our customers will make his impact on DocuWare’s growth throughout the Americas strong and successful,” said co-presidents Dr. Michael Berger & Max Ertl in a joint statement.
In his new role, Jim Roberts will report directly to co-president Max Ertl, heading up sales for the Americas. With decades of leadership experience and a proven record of taking customer- and process-centric companies to the next level of sales and expansion, he will also oversee the general U.S office. Previously, Jim was Vice President Global Sales at Telesis. Prior to that he held the position of Head of Sales & Marketing at Mettler-Toledo International Inc.
"This is an exciting time for DocuWare, and I am thrilled to take on this new role,” said Roberts. "DocuWare became a technology leader in the SMB market by pioneering the strategy that cloud document management and workflow automation should be available to any size business. I look forward to leading the company into its next phase of growth.”