We are in an exciting growth phase right now, and we only see our client base and workload growing in the months ahead.
St. Louis, MO (PRWEB) July 03, 2014
DataServ, the global Software as a Service (SaaS) enterprise content manager (ECM) provider of document and process automation solutions, is expanding its Digital Mailroom with the addition of four new team members to help with expanding workload brought about by new business. Corey Caldwell, Shane Perry, Melissa Eichhold, and Rikki Bryant have been added to support roles in the DataServ Digital Mailroom, which combines proprietary optical character recognition (OCR) software with a five-step quality assurance review to routinely provide clients with 99.9 percent clean invoice data.
ASPEQ Holdings, Inc., Arbill Industries, Inc., and Emerson in Latin America are among the numerous companies that have signed contracts with DataServ in recent months for implementation of its Purchase to Pay solution. The new business combined with the growing needs of the company’s existing clients has increased workload volume in the Digital Mailroom by over 8 percent, leading to the need for additional manpower.
“With a number of new clients coming on board and a spike in activity from existing clients, we had a pressing need for expanding the Digital Mailroom team, and we are excited to add Corey, Shane, Melissa, and Rikki,” said Amy Cameron, manager of DataServ’s Digital Mailroom. “We are in an exciting growth phase right now, and we only see our client base and workload growing in the months ahead.”
DataServ is a global SaaS provider of document and process workflow automation solutions for the financial operations and human resources functions. A cloud computing pioneer that has provided SaaS ECM automation solutions to companies worldwide since 1994, DataServ streamlines and lowers costs within Accounts Payable via their Purchase to Pay (P2P) solution set (including Expense Report Automation and Purchase Order Requisition Automation), Accounts Receivable with Quote to Cash (Q2C), and Human Resources through Hire to Retire (H2R) by capturing documents and data and automating business processes.