docAlpha 5.0 Delivers Intelligent Capture to the Cloud
May 25, 2016
The latest docAlpha release includes new features and functions that make it easier to deliver intelligent capture as a service
It’s hard to enter into any conversation about technology today without talking about Cloud hosted services. When Artsyl Technologies created docAlpha 5.0, the vision was definitely aimed at the cloud.
Here are just a few highlights that summarize how docAlpha 5.0 fits into our clients’ and partners’ cloud strategy.
- Flexible, Enterprise Licensing. Whether partners want to deploy docAlpha as a cloud-based service or administer multi-department/multi-entity clients with different licensing/pricing models, docAlpha 5.0 provides the flexibility to manage licensing to multiple entities with compete security and control.
- Thin Client Verification Station user experience enhancements. Many of the enhancements to docAlpha 5.0 deliver powerful verification station features to Web browsers that were once only available on desktop clients. Thin client verification station enhancements streamline the verification process, reducing time and effort, delivering powerful functionality and ease of use from a Web browser. This includes Dynamic GL Coding, a Field-by-Field Capture and Validate Wizard (F5 Mode) and Click-Entry for Tables.
- Web approver thin client enhancements, including the ability to verify, approve, click-capture and perform all other operations for a document containing more than one table. These features were once exclusive to the desktop client, but now allow clients to leverage the same powerful functionality with no software footprint.
- Integration with cloud-based ERPs including Acumatica and NetSuite, allowing partners to implement and clients to take advantage of cloud-based solutions to manage data, documents and decisions.
- Is your organization developing a cloud strategy? Find out more about docAlpha and how you can achieve even greater ROI when going to the cloud. Download the docAlpha brochure or watch this docAlpha video.