Ergon, an international manufacturer of prestressed precast concrete and a supplier of high quality services in the field of civil engineering projects, transport and construction, started to use Comarch ECM to scan, extract content (OCR) as well as for support of electronic circulation of purchase invoices. Within the framework of the project, approximately 1,000 invoices per month are planned to be processed, and the system will be used by about 100 people. The main benefits realized within the framework of the project are the improvement and speeding up of the handling of cost documents and reduction in costs associated with them.
- As part of the implementation we decided to introduce into circulation the electronic images of purchase invoices that, among others, relate to transport, storage and handling of projects. This ensures a faster performance and reduces the risk of delays in payments due in respect to business partners. An important element in the context of introduced workflow processes was flexibility and adaptability to the specific nature of our business, and therefore the Comarch ECM workflow accurately reflects our needs - says Małgorzata Rogalska, Chief Financial Officer Ergon.
- Comarch ECM has been integrated with the Exact ERP system possessed by Ergon. Importing of dictionary data, i.e. data partners and its use in the BPM module of Comarch ECM allows the user to speed up the work through the use of a single interface, used by staff, and it also provides the opportunity to automate the verification of data - adds Maciej Dudek, Business Solution Manager, Comarch ECM.
Use of Comarch ECM for servicing purchase invoices includes streamlining the company document workflow, control of key data and reduction in the costs associated with paper documentation.
Comarch ECM is a tool in the area of Enterprise Content Management, which in a comprehensive way allows control over the capital of the enterprise information gathered in business documents. The solutions are used by customers in USA, Poland, Germany, France, Switzerland and Austria – Technicolor, Carrefour, ING, Kompania Węglowa, Accounting Plaza, Nask, B & K and others among them.