CNH America LLC Selects Top Image Systems to Provide Enterprise Invoice Processing Solution

Top Image Systems™ (TIS™) Ltd., a leading ECM (Enterprise Content Management) content capture and delivery solutions provider, announces that CNH America LLC, a leading manufacturer of agricultural and construction equipment and a majority-owned subsidiary of Fiat Industrial S.p.A., selected the world-class eFLOW for their enterprise-wide automated, integrated invoice processing solution.

eFLOW was chosen over several well-known competitors for its unique ability to offer a fully integrated solution. The solution incorporates innovative EDI visualization functionality along with superior integration with SAP, the latter leveraging TIS’s certified interface with SAP for automated processing of incoming invoices.

CNH manages more than half a million invoice documents per year, along with over a million EDI files representing electronic invoices.  The eFLOW EDI Visualization functionality enables CNH to identify errors in EDIs before they are processed, saving significant time and headaches.  Moreover, the ability to manage EDIs and other invoice formats with one integrated solution streamlines the workflow, improving productivity and saving time.

“CNH  turned to TIS for a solution that would integrate invoice data recognition with accounting process management on a single platform. We expect the solution to significantly optimize our invoice management processes and increase efficiency,” explained June O’Donnell, North America Chief Accounting Officer.

“TIS is proud to have been selected by CNH to help improve its invoice processing execution,” remarked Omri Gelb, Executive VP, Top Image Systems. “Invoice processing is just one of the areas in which the TIS eFLOW platform can offer content management value to enterprises.  Top Image Systems, known not only for its powerful and innovative software such as the EDI Visualization, but also for its expert professional services, is currently expanding its presence in the US, not only in manufacturing but in all content-intensive sectors.”

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