Announcing ScanSnap Cloud Integration with TALK Accounting!
ScanSnap is excited to team up with TALK Accounting and harness the powerful combination of robust image processing and voice recognition data-entry to make business owners and their bookkeeping stakeholders more productive than ever.
Digitize all your financial documents with ScanSnap iX500 and iX100 scanners, and send them automatically into TALK to execute accounting workflows easier and faster. Simply select TALK as the destination in the dedicated ScanSnap Cloud app, press the Scan button and access your documents anywhere on any device through your TALK Accounting app. TALK’s bookkeeping robot will gather the details of your transactions through conversation, so that you will always have context surrounding your accounting events. Artificial intelligence and voice recognition will code and post your comments in under 10 seconds, importing records into the system as complete transactions.
“TALK is excited to be partners with Fujitsu, now invoices, sales orders and other critical financial documents can be scanned to the cloud based work flow with one push of a button. Creating a paperless office with ease. This will help save untold hours of clerical work over the year.”
– KC Truby, President, AutoKept Inc. (TALK Accounting)
“For ScanSnap, the integration with TALK Accounting presents an opportunity to help propel our customers’ workflow with one of the fastest ever data-entry techniques,” says Scott Francis, SVP of Product Management. “The simplicity of ScanSnap is well complemented by TALK Accounting’s software, and will, I believe, lead to heightened productivity and transactional clarity.”
This integration enables users to:
• Quickly digitize paper financial documents and save as clear PDF/JPEG files
• Leave voice comments on the saved documents to provide context for transactions
• Rapidly fill in critical category fields using TALK’s AI and voice recognition
• Organize and import accounting documents into billing systems as complete and clear transactions