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Automate the entry of your purchase invoices within Construct for Sage

Building upon the document managment capabilities within Construct for Sage, the new Invoice Recognition module speeds up your data entry by automatically scanning and processing your invoices for you.

By reading item lines from scanned or imported purchase invoices, Invoice Recognition can automatically match your invoice to a purchase order in Construct. Once matched and verified, the purchase invoice transaction is processed in to Construct and a copy of the document image is archived automatically.

To see this new module in action and consider its potential benefits for you, register for our free online webinar and view a short video below.

Please note you must also have the Invoice Capture module to take advantage of Invoice Recognition.

See Invoice Recognition in action

Click on the button below to see how Invoice Recognition handles common scenarios such as when you need to match a single invoice to multiple PO’s, receive multi-page and multi-line invoices, and when you get discrepencies between the purchase order value and the invoice received.

Here's why businesses are automating their invoicing processes:

Companies spend
120 days per year
on admin.

(Source: Sage)

Typical cost of processing an
invoice in the UK averages
between
£4 and £25.

(Source: Gartner)

Cost of invoice processing without automation tools can be up to
20 times higher than processes which are highly automated.

(Source: Gartner)

Key Highlights of Construct Invoice Recognition

Easily drag and drop any invoice in a PDF or JPEG format without needing any template-based learning

Auto populates Contract Number and Item Reference (Cost Code) data from the Purchase Order for accurate Job Costing.

Eliminates the need for manual data entry in Construct.

Cuts time spent entering data in Construct that can read line items.

Matches invoices against PO’s using an extensive set of rules.

Saves time by correcting nominal data errors; reducing the need to reject and re-process invoices.

Here's how Invoice Recognition builds upon the functionality of Invoice Capture:

1. Capture

Scan/import purchase invoices, whether paper or electronic as a PDF or JPEG.

2. Recognise

Recognises key invoice data at line-item level using market leading image recognition technology from IRIS (A Canon Company)

3. Verify

Matches to relevant PO in Construct using an extensive set of rules

4. Post to Construct

Invoice data is posted into Construct

5. Archive

A copy of the invoice document is archived against the relevant transaction in Construct

See Construct Invoice Recognition in action

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View the webinar recording

Watch the recording of the live online webinar.

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View a video

View a short 3 minute video to see how it works with your Construct system.

How do I start using Construct Invoice Recognition?

Step 1

Invoice Recognition builds upon the Invoice Capture module within Construct which allows you to store, view and search for documents within Construct for Sage.

If you’re not familiar with Invoice Capture you can *view further details here.

Call us on 0161 939 0111, or complete the form below to request a call back from your account manager who will be able to provide you with a quote for the software you need.

Step 2

The setup of Invoice Recognition is very straight forward and can all be done by an Eque2 consultant online using our easy to use meeting tools.

Once the setup of Invoice Recognition is complete, we will organise for a series of half day online sessions to help you start using the software over the course of a few weeks and double checking everything is recognised as expected.

Request a quote or call back

To understand the costs associated with this new module, please complete the form below and a member of our account management team will call you back

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