Electronic archiving

You can store all documents, such as purchase, sales and travel invoices, account statements, documents and reports safely in the electronic archive from Heeros. A variety of access levels can be assigned to the archive, including access for auditors, and the visibility of documents can be restricted. Where necessary, the archive can automatically send out e-mail notices, and finding the right document is easy thanks to the versatile search functions.

Heeros Archive – Electronic archiving

  • Separate archives for receipts, documents and reports.
  • Transfer documents also from other financial administration systems.
  • Supports various file formats, such as Word, PDF, TIFF.
  • Free-form text search for documents.
  • Create main categories and sub-classes for documents.
  • Automated e-mail notices directly from the archive.
  • Linking documents with other systems.

Benefits of electronic archiving

  • Reliable storage of material keeps important documents safe, as required by the Bookkeeping Act.
  • Reports are always accessible to users without printing or sending.
  • Automatic reminders make work easier and eliminate the need to remember everything.
  • Versatile search functions save your time and boost the efficiency of your work.

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