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[January 10, 2013]

Top Image Systems wins contract to install automated P2P solution

Jan 10, 2013 (Datamonitor via COMTEX) -- Top Image Systems, Ltd., an enterprise content management intelligent content capture and delivery solutions provider, has won a contract valued at $320,000 for the first year, to install an automated purchase to payment, or P2P, solution for a UK retailer.

eFLOW Invoice was chosen to process all the chain's incoming invoices, whether paper or electronic, in any format including pdf files by means of the unique eFLOW PDFR (PDF Reader), xml and other popular e-invoice file types all via one efficient workflow - integrated with SAP - on one consolidated platform, the company said.

eFLOW Invoice is able to capture any invoice entering the organization, whether received via scanner, email, file transfer or mobile phone.

With Go Live scheduled for January 2013, the solution is expected to help the retailer eliminate all manual invoice processing, significantly increase efficiency, reduce invoice cycle time and cut costs. From purchasers to accounting personnel to financial and executive management, everyone across the enterprise will have full visibility into the new invoice system.

The solution will increase productivity, accuracy and compliance with regulations, such as those for VAT. With optimized invoice management, invoice status and payment dates will be transparent and will facilitate Supply Chain Financing, which in turn will enable the retailer to reduce expenses by paying invoices in time for early discounts. At the same time, using eFLOW Invoice will improve the retailer's responsiveness to suppliers, the company added.

"TIS expects that carrying out the project with this well-known retailer will bring TIS and eFLOW greater exposure and sales opportunities across the UK market," stated Barry Richards, Managing Director, TIS UK. "In today's economy, companies increasingly recognize that an end-to-end, automated purchase to payment solution that improves visibility into and control of payments, while reducing invoice processing timescale and cost, is no longer a 'nice-to-have' but is critical for achieving and maintaining operational efficiency." http://www.datamonitor.com Republication or redistribution, including by framing or similar means, is expressly prohibited without prior written consent. Datamonitor shall not be liable for errors or delays in the content, or for any actions taken in reliance thereon

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