dMAX Intacct AP Automation Announced
May 17, 2017 – Highland Martin is excited to announce the release of the dMAX Intacct AP Automation platform for the Intacct cloud-based accounting/ERP platform. As the only AICPA-preferred financial management solution, Intacct ERP software delivers the automation and controls around billing, accounting and reporting that finance needs to reduce errors, stay audit-ready and scale the business. Highland Martin takes this efficiency to the next level with their native integration of the dMAX AP Automation platform.
Using the dMAX Intacct AP Automation platform, users can now scan invoices from multi-function devices and personal scanners or drag-and-drop files from network shares or from email clients like Outlook. Powerful document recognition platforms can auto-identify invoices by vendor, and supports templated GL Distributions by Vendor, mobile approval based on simple or complex rules, and long-term archiving. Data-driven from your Intacct instances, Vendor and GL data is available for point and click selection, reducing data entry errors and speeding the process. Coding invoices across multiple business units, working from multiple offices across the enterprise and getting rid of paper are just some of the advantages with the dMAX solution for Intacct.
Intacct is the innovation and customer satisfaction leader in cloud ERP software. Bringing cloud computing to finance and accounting, Intacct’s innovative and award-winning applications are the preferred financial applications for AICPA business solutions. In use by organizations from startups to public companies, Intacct is designed to improve company performance and make finance more productive. Hundreds of leading CPA firms and Value Added Resellers also offer Intacct to their clients. The Intacct system includes accounting, cash management, purchasing, vendor management, financial consolidation, revenue recognition, subscription billing, contract management, project accounting, fund accounting, inventory management, and financial reporting applications, all delivered over the Internet via cloud computing.