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TMCNet:  Austria,Italy : Top European Tire Manufacturer Gets More Traction Using Top Image Systems' eFLOW [TendersInfo (India)]

[January 17, 2013]

Austria,Italy : Top European Tire Manufacturer Gets More Traction Using Top Image Systems' eFLOW [TendersInfo (India)]

(TendersInfo (India) Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) Top Image Systems, Ltd., a leading Enterprise Content Management (ECM) intelligent content capture and delivery solutions provider, announced today a new project win worth some 450,000 overall with one of the world s leading tire manufacturers. The Italian-based company will begin to implement Top Image Systems eFLOW Platform with eFLOW Invoice Reader, eFLOW INVOICE for SAP and Digital Mailroom in all their offices in Europe and will in the second stage expand the project to their many sites in Asia, North and South America.

The tire manufacturer decided to replace their current AP system to improve processing efficiency, achieve monitoring, transparency and standardization for the entire P2P process and to leverage eFLOW s classification and indexing capabilities to significantly reduce manual data entry. The deal was sealed after an impressive visit to the headquarters of Italy s largest power company that currently uses the eFLOW platform. The tire company processes some 1 million pages per year from more than 100,000 suppliers. They will use the eFLOW platform to capture key account information from customer invoices, delivery receipts and consignment documents and integrate this information into their SAP business management system. A second phase of the project will involve the deployment to other countries and processing of incoming documents via eFLOW s Digital Mailroom with the corporate document management system based on Microsoft SharePoint.

Michael Schrader, Managing Director EMEA at TIS, remarked, After meeting the company s stringent requirements for the project, we look forward to a long collaboration with one of the top players in the European auto industry. The sheer volume of transactions in many different languages and formats shows the versatility of eFLOW s platform, and when you consider the improvement in efficiency, transparency and savings, it s understandable why eFLOW was selected.

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