The UK document management industry voted EASY Invoice top in the ‘Accounts Payable/Invoicing Product of the Year’ at the sector’s most important peer recognition awards.
EASY also came Runner Up in the ‘Workflow/BPM Product of the Year’ for EASY Documents 5.0 and ‘Software Product of the Year’ for EASY Contract 3.0 at the Awards organised by DM Magazine.
At the black-tie industry event at London’s Grand Connaught Rooms, November 24, EASY’s Howard Frear, Director of Sales and Marketing, Tony Cheung, Technology Director and Business Development Manager, George Haddaway, flew the EASY flag, along with partners, clients and colleagues.
“A Document Manager Award is recognition that you have reached the highest standard, as defined by industry experts, partners and colleagues,” commented Frear.
“We are especially proud of the Accounts Payable/Invoicing Product of the Year because those areas are core EASY competencies, and so this is real acknowledgement by the sector of our pivotal role in financial Document Management.”
EASY INVOICE streamlines the accounts payable (AP or “Purchase to Pay”) process, using the latest document management technology to automate this central Finance workflow to improve efficiency and to deliver effective cash management.
The win caps a strong run of success in the Document Management Awards, with EASY SOFTWARE UK’s trophy cabinet containing impressive wins from previous years, including ‘Workflow/BPM Product of the Year’ and ‘Marketing Team of the Year’, among many others.
“Our thanks go to all our clients for their belief in us and continued loyalty, as well as the effort and dedication of the EASY team over the past 12 months,” noted Frear.
Now in their tenth year, the Document Manager Awards, the undisputed Oscars of the Document Management world, are recognised as the must-attend date on the calendar for the entire UK document and content management industry.
Categories span a range of product and project categories, with winners selected via a combination of online voting and the opinions of an invited expert judging panel.