OKI Data releases Desktop Capture for QuickBooks

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OKI Data Americas announced the availability of Desktop Capture for QuickBooks, the latest addition to the company’s desktop capture solutions for document management programs.

Desktop Capture for QuickBooks is designed to allow QuickBooks users the ability to seamlessly transfer and attach physical documents to electronic accounting information. The solution is also designed to be used in conjunction with the full line of OKI Multifunction Printers (MFPs) and targets small and mid-size business.

OKI MFPs come standard with the PaperPort 11 SE, document management software from Nuance that allows users to scan, organize and share documents. The OKI Desktop Capture for QuickBooks solution provides a connector specifically developed to upload scanned documents into the cloud-based services of QuickBooks Attached Documents.

The new QuickBooks solution provides QuickBooks users with single-click access to electronic copies of scanned hardcopy documents from within the QuickBooks application, creating workflow efficiencies and streamlining processes from days to hours, according to OKI Data.

Some product highlights:

  • Easy to use drag and drop routing to QuickBooks Attached Documents
  • Important documents are available instantly with the QuickBooks list items and transactions (customers, vendors, employees, accounts, etc.)
  • Dynamic List Items and Transactions ensure that changes and updates to QuickBooks transactions are automatically available for new attachments of scanned documents.

Desktop Capture for QuickBooks solution requires QuickBooks Pro 2011 or 2010 as well as an active account with QuickBooks Attached Documents.

OKI Data desktop capture solutions also include Desktop Capture for SharePoint, for real-time active directory authentication to Microsoft Office SharePoint.






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