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Discover how MHC's solutions optimize & automate processes in Infor Lawson v10

Posted by Conrad M - Aug 22 2019

The power of digital transformation extends far beyond the concept of digitizing paper. Users expect information to not only be digital, but digestible, timely and relevant -- helping them make better decisions.

If your organization is on Infor Lawson 10 and looking to save time and money while easing your workload and enabling your users to help themselves, this video is for you!

MHC Software solutions support digital web forms, workflow and OCR capture automation, flexible and dynamic content creation, transactions and powerful self-service document access. We help organizations get the most from Infor Lawson 10 and achieve desired results.

During this 45-minute video we will demonstrate:

  • How organizations can streamline processes throughout supply chain management, accounts payable, finance and accounts receivable and optimize their use of Infor Lawson 10 to save time and resources immediately

  • The flexibility of web forms that allow users to submit requests and information electronically to eliminate paper and manual steps

  • The benefits of AP invoice automation solutions powered by Optical Character Recognition (OCR) to expedite invoice processes and provide real-time, in-context visibility

  • Tips and examples of how MHC customers optimize electronic payments and improve communication with vendors

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