User Review( votes)
One of the benefits of going paperless is increased control through security. Linda explained one way in which Sage Intacct increases control through the audit trail. Her example highlighted a vendor with a change of address. [Using Sage Intacct] you can see exactly when and who made a change, as well as the before and after.”
Jane added insight into the policies and procedures that ACI has in place using Sage Intacct, “Well, we definitely have put in controls for spending above a certain threshold and dollar amount that has to go through an approval process. That’s also helped us from a visibility [standpoint] with our operations team for the operations managers to be able to approve spend within their departments without having to come to me or anyone else directly to get approval. And that’s definitely helped across the board. Also, it’s curtailed some [excess] spending that was happening. People have to actually go through a process now where they didn’t before so that’s really reduced a lot of the spending that should not have happened.”
So, not only is going paperless good for the environment and your spare bedroom office, it’s also a great way to improve your business. To learn more about going paperless, please watch our Webinar, The Paperless Office is Finally Here!, or read our eBook The Secret to Achieving Visibility, Control, and Efficiency in Healthcare. For more information on how Hunter Heath went paperless, please read the case study.
1 – Record Nations: https://www.recordnations.com/2016/02/how-much-paper-is-used-in-one-day/