Equisys Launches Zetadocs for Microsoft Dynamics NAV

Equisys has announced the launch of Zetadocs for Microsoft Dynamics NAV. The adoption of NAV has become a phenomenon in the ERP software market with an install base of over 67,000 customers and over 7,500 of these added since 2005. Its tight integration with the 'stack' of other Microsoft office applications makes it a compelling offering for businesses.

However, as with other ERP systems, many customers still depend on paper for the production and management of key financial documents. Now, with the launch of Zetadocs for NAV, Microsoft's solution is strengthened further by enabling users to eliminate paper entirely from their finance processes by switching to electronic document production, delivery and management but still achieving the same high standards of quality, compliance and security.

The unique advantage of Zetadocs is that it provides comprehensive electronic document production and management from NAV; incorporating the capture of inbound documents, adding automatic document creation and delivery and then enabling secure storage via Microsoft SharePoint with instant access for authorized users.

Zetadocs for NAV delivers significant savings in each of these three key areas of business cost. It enables accounts personnel to produce automatically 'print quality' electronic documents; it manages batch deliveries by customers' preferred method of receipt; it then automatically archives documents to SharePoint where they can be viewed by authorized personnel; be they in Sales, Marketing or any other department.

Zetadocs for NAV integrates with Microsoft Dynamics NAV to capture orders, create invoices, statements, remittances and other financial documents on screen and then deliver them automatically by email, fax or as paper copies dependent upon customers' requirements. It integrates with Microsoft Office SharePoint Server to enable secure storage and instant document retrieval by authorized network users.

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