Fujitsu partners with OptoSweden to Offer SMEs an enhanced Cloud Invoice Management Solution

Fujitsu partners with OptoSweden to Offer SMEs an enhanced Cloud Invoice Management Solution
25.09.2018 11:13 am

Fujitsu partners with OptoSweden to Offer SMEs an enhanced Cloud Invoice Management Solution

Cloud , Data

PFU (EMEA) Limited, a Fujitsu company, the world's leading scanner manufacturer, today announced it has partnered with OptoSweden, a leading automatic document processing provider to offer small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) a new web scanning solution designed to optimise workflow. Formed of the Fujitsu fi-7300NX, and PaperStream NX Manager and OptoSweden’s CrossState software platform, the new CrossState ScanClientNX will enable users to scan documents to the cloud quickly and securely directly from the scanner.

Available now in Europe and the USA, CrossState ScanClientNX has been specifically designed to support SME’s invoicing needs through its quick and easy setup process to access and control the solution from any web browser. With a cost effective investment, the solution enables users to scan documents according to their needs, including direct to email, to OptoSweden’s secure cloud platform or as a PDF.

“The SME market forms a significant part of our customer base and we needed a partner that could support us as we continue to expand our offering, said “Niklas Lundberg, CEO, OptoSweden. “We were excited to see the capabilities and quality the fi-7300NX can deliver, and we’re happy to extend our 20-year partnership with PFU (EMEA) Limited to provide customers with a market-leading scanning solution that will enable them to securely manage their document processing.”

“While cloud computing has enabled more efficient working environments, it also has also shown to be less secure unless properly managed,” explains Mike Nelson, Senior Vice President, PFU (EMEA) Limited. “By establishing partnerships with independent software vendors such as OptoSweden, we’re helping SMEs around the world to manage their invoicing management needs via a fast and secure cloud infrastructure, so they can focus on growing their businesses.”

The CrossState ScanClientNX is:

  • Secure: Operating over a dedicated managed cloud service, users can upload sensitive information quickly and securely.
  • Easy and quick to set up: Users can choose what they want to do with their documents with one click, including scan to email and PDF functionality
  • Cost effective investment: The scanning choices available to customers means they focus on optimising their business processes and investments, rather than wasting time and money with lots of different solutions

The CrossState ScanClientNX is powered by Fujitsu’s fi-7300NX. Launched in early September, the fi-7300NX is the latest device in Fujitsu’s best-selling fi range of scanners. It enables scanning without the need for a computer, secure document capture and a flexible range of integration solutions, offering full automation of document management processes.

For more information on the fi-7300NX scanner, click here. OptoSweden will be demonstrating the CrossState ScanClientNX on Stand E:20 at Ekonomi & Företag in Stockholm 26-27 September.

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