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Data capture for incoming invoices - fast and uncomplicated
d.velop AG makes use of this advantage in order to provide your customers with your product "Invoice Reader" on the Sage Business Cloud Finance Platform, formerly Sage Live, to offer simple data capture for incoming invoices. Buildsimple takes over the reading of the technical values from the invoice documents.
Supported by artificial intelligence
With our learning and constantly improving invoicing model, d.velop can thus offer its customers increasing quality and reduce costs in the otherwise manual entry of invoice data.
About d.velop AG
The d.velop AG, founded in 1992 and headquartered in Gescher, Germany, develops and markets software for the end-to-end digitization of business processes and industry-specific specialized procedures and advises companies on all aspects of digitization. With the expansion of its established ECM portfolio covering document management, archiving and workflows to include mobile apps as well as standardized and custom SaaS solutions, the software manufacturer also offers managed services. Legal certainty and adherence to legal requirements are guaranteed thanks to a mature compliance management system.
d.velop provides digital services that connect people with each other and comprehensively simplify and redesign processes and procedures. Thus, the ECM specialist helps companies and organizations to unfold their full potential.
A strong, internationally operating network of about 250 specialized partners makes d.velop Enterprise Content Services available worldwide.
d.velop products - on premises, in the cloud or in hybrid operation - have so far been used by more than 8,500 customers with over 1.9 million users across all industries, including Tupperware Deutschland, eismann Tiefkühl-Heimservice GmbH, Parker Hannifin GmbH, Nobilia, Schmitz Cargobull, FingerHaus GmbH, the city of Wuppertal, Basler Versicherung, DZ Bank AG, Saarland University Hospital and Greifswald University Hospital.