• 100% paperless. Full automation. Full visibility. Full ERP integration.

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  • Amazing efficiency from PO to payment.

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  • Almost no effort required for integration or operation.

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  • The kind of efficiency that comes with improved vision.

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MetaViewer Paperless Automation

MetaViewer will enhance your Microsoft Dynamics, NetSuite and other leading ERP solutions by adding integrated eInvoicing, workflow, document imaging and dashboard views of all your financial processes.  MetaViewer combined with ERP will automate your entire Accounts Payable and Accounts Receivable processes.

Metafile has been providing scanning, OCR, document management and workflow for financial automation solutions for more than 30 years.


 

Introducing:
MetaViewer for Microsoft Dynamics 365O

MetaViewer Document Management/AP Automation solution has been approved and embraced by Microsoft AppSource for its Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Operations integration. read more...

Implemented Your Way...

MetaViewer gives you the full spectrum of implementation options.  In addition to traditional licensing, we offer a fully hosted cloud computing option, a subscription on premise, and even a completely outsourced solution where we do the scanning and exception handling.  Since MetaViewer web-based technology is virtually the same regardless of the method chosen, you can easily switch at any time giving you choices now and flexibility into the future.

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From Paper to Digital: Integrating automation into a paper-based workforce

If you're one of the enterprises that has taken the plunge into integrating a document management solution, we want to say kudos! Once you've experienced the benefits of a paperless automation solution, it's hard to look back at your previously paper-based processes and say, "Gosh, I sure do miss that manual data entry!"

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Things you can do instead of manual data entry

Today is Friday, which means that you've survived another week of work and are likely gearing up for a (hopefully) relaxing weekend. When your week is wrapping up, you may find yourself looking back at your productivity and analyzing your to-do list wondering where you lost time, how many hours you spent on tedious tasks and how you could have gotten even more done. Or you're just thinking about that movie that's been sitting in your Netflix queue since Monday.

Either way, since it's not the weekend quite yet, let's examine the week and consider all the things you could have done instead of manual data entry.

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