Doc.It, a provider of firm-wide document management and archiving solutions to public accounting firms, announces the release of Doc.It Suite 3.4. This release features enhancements that improve performance and efficiency that will translate into time savings and better process control.
As tax season sets in, accounting firms will find themselves immersed in a sea of tax slips.
"This release adds important new functionality our clients will find exceptionally helpful for the upcoming tax season," said Howard Brown, President & CTO, Doc.It. Doc.It Suite put some order to the tax process by recognizing, naming, sorting and organizing tax slips into logical binders that will facilitate a seamless electronic review. "We do what we do to turn chaos into calm and order, allowing accounting firms to find clarity and efficiency in their work," continued Brown.
Doc.It paperless and workflow technology has been widely adopted by over 7,000 accountants across North America in offices with three to three-hundred users, in single and multi-office locations. Doc.It has successfully differentiated themselves with a philosophy and practice of assisting accounting firms with tailored pre-installation planning, paperless technology education, and the implementation of best "paperless" practices.
Doc.It provides the accounting industry with the most highly advanced paperless Smart Scheduler WorkFlow technology available, and maintains a tireless commitment to technology training, ensuring initial and ongoing utilization and optimization of all features to promote the maximum return on investment and the highest level of paperless productivity.
Doc.It is a leading provider of the most advanced document management and workflow technology serving public accounting practices throughout North America. The Doc.It Suite includes everything your firm needs to go paperless and manage scheduling needs. At about one dollar a day per person, Doc.It leads the industry with the lowest total cost of document management, WorkFlow, and scheduling technology.