Itesoft, the leading European supplier of automatic electronic document processing, capture and management solutions, has announced a partnership with Experian, the specialist in data analysis and customer relationship optimisation.
By integrating ITESOFT's automatic supplier invoice processing solution, Experian is now able to offer supplier invoice processing for organisations that wish to move to paperless invoicing for electronic and paper invoices.
Corporate finance departments, from blue-chips to SMEs, can now entrust all or some of their supplier invoice processing to Experian, irrespective of the original invoice format.
Using the sector-specific ITESOFT.FreeMind for Invoices automatic invoice digitisation and processing solution, Experian can partner businesses as they move to paperless supplier invoice processing. The solution may also be extended to other Experian services, such as e-invoicing and paperless management of incoming letters and documents.
"For projects of this type, some companies make a strategic choice to opt for case-by-case invoicing, focusing on instant implementation and minimal additional demands on their IT resources: the closeness of the relationship between Experian and ITESOFT is unique, and it ensures that our offer is their perfect partner!" says Christophe Seroux, Experian's Director of Business and Service Sales for France.
Experian's solution has already been taken up by several customers: in excess of 5 million supplier invoices have already been processed by Experian using the ITESOFT solution.
"We were immediately convinced by the combined expertise of ITESOFT and Experian: we made our choice inside three months," explains a delighted Muriel Bertin, Director of Administration and Accounts at Leroy Merlin France. "We were especially convinced by Experian's experience in large-scale outsourcing and the promise of rapid deployment and roll-out. The relevance, comprehensive sector-specific capabilities and technological prowess of ITESOFT's tool were also determining factors in our choice," she concludes.