New Windsor NY, September 11, 2015 – ECM specialist, DocuWare, has expanded its offerings of business apps. With DocuWare Hub, users can securely store documents from any other app into DocuWare and continue to process them – right from their smartphones.
For many years now, mobile solutions for smartphones and tablets have been a part of DocuWare’s portfolio: DocuWare Mobile is a convenient retrieval tool for use while travelling; PaperOrganizer gives smartphone users the ability to store and organize documents in, for example, Dropbox or Google Drive; and PaperScan, a mobile document scanner, which has been downloaded over 60,000 times. With DocuWare Hub, a very easy to operate business app is now being added, giving DocuWare users the ability to increase efficiencies with the help of their mobile device.
Simple to Use
Once installed, the upload function lets you send documents from any app straight into the document management system. As an example, users who receive an invoice via email can immediately save it from the mail app into a DocuWare file cabinet or basket. If a file cabinet is chosen as the storage target, indexing can take place immediately in order to quickly find the document later. Incoming invoices can then be entered into an invoice authorization workflow; upon quick inspection and approval, payment can be generated and a company can now benefit from early payment discounts. A smartphone or tablet is all that is needed for all these steps.
In order to connect DocuWare Hub with the full document management system, DocuWare Client’s main menu provides a QR code with the user’s personal data (as is already the case with PaperScan). After scanning the code with their smartphone, the device automatically detects all connection parameters.
The new business app can be used equally with DocuWare Cloud or an on-premise solution. To use DocuWare Hub, users need a smartphone of a more recent generation running at least iOS 8.0, Android 4.0 or Windows 8.1.