ACOM Announces Webinar Series to Commence in March; Focus is on Performing Critical Tasks Easier, at Lower Cost
February 28, 2008 (PRLEAP.COM) Technology NewsLONG BEACH, California, February 28, 2008 – ACOM Solutions, Inc. will inaugurate a series of one-hour, back office operations-oriented webinars and has scheduled the first three sessions in the series, it was announced today by Vice President Sam Mikhail.
“In these intensive, highly focused sessions we will address common problems facing companies that need to improve the efficiency and economy of their back office activities,” Mikhail said. “Our approach is to keep it simple and understandable, taking the mystery out of the respective processes so that companies can recognize the opportunities that exist, how they can capture them, and the benefits they can achieve.
The initial three sessions include: Simple Document Archiving Solution for Existing ACOM Document Output Users (March 11); Transitioning Vendor Payments from Checks to ePayments (March 18); and Integrated EDI Solutions for SAP Users (March 25th).
Synopsis: Simple Document Archiving Solution for Existing ACOM Document Output Users – March 11
Conventional document archiving, management and usage require multiple steps, even using traditional proprietary electronic document management solutions. This webinar explores how documents of all types – computer generated documents, scanned documents, reports, payments, correspondence, etc. – can be automatically captured, indexed and archived for easy authorized access, management and distribution – using an easy-to-use browser-based interface. It also examines how a unique integration enables access to documents directly from Line-of-Business applications without leaving the application.
Synopsis: Transitioning Vendor Payments from Checks to ePayments – March 18
Many software systems offer generic epayment solutions, but companies often fail to use them successfully in accounts payable for various reasons – among them the unwillingness of vendors to divulge the banking information required to establish an epayment environment and the clumsy, time-intensive process for getting vendors to convert. This webinar shows how and why companies can and should extend epayments to accounts payable and outlines a three-step program for vendor sign-up, including a self-registration process that secures the exposure of their banking data.
Synopsis: Integrated EDI for SAP Users – March 25
SAP enterprise software is widely popular in manufacturing, distribution and similarly complex applications and as such is an ideal environment for implementation of ACOM’s EZConnect EDI-XML Windows-based any-to-any data translation solution for 24-hour, untended to-from automation of trading partner transactions. This webinar explores the integrated elements that ACOM has developed in the EZConnect EDI-XML solution that enable SAP user companies to deploy EDI in as little as two weeks and normally at about one-eighth the cost.
“ACOM is committed to supporting the accelerating trend toward paperless office operations with modular solutions that are easy to purchase, easy to deploy, easy to use and which offer unparalleled return on investment,” Mikhail said. “We encourage visitors to our website http://www.acom.com to sign up for one or more of these no-obligation webinars and learn how our solutions can bring major benefits to their companies. We will continue to conduct these educational webinar sessions on a variety of subjects as the months progress.”
About ACOM Solutions, Inc.
Now in its 25th year of business, ACOM Solutions, Inc. develops modular software systems for document output, document management, secure corporate payments, and B2B EDI/XML e-commerce applications, marketing them domestically and through overseas partners. Corporate headquarters are in Long Beach, California; System i Software Division headquarters are in Duluth, Georgia; and regional offices are located in several major U.S. cities. For more information call 800-699-5758, email email@example.com, or visit http://www.acom.com