AMC Entertainment Chooses Perceptive Software for Document Management Needs

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Kansas City-based theatrical exhibition and entertainment leader to integrate ImageNow with Oracle to simplify invoice processing.

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ImageNow will provide us with the opportunity to centralize and streamline the invoicing process

Perceptive Software, creator of ImageNow® enterprise content management (ECM) software products, including ImageNow document management, imaging and workflow, announced today that AMC Entertainment Inc. (AMC) will deploy ImageNow in its accounts payable department.

Headquartered in Kansas City, Mo., AMC is a leading theatrical exhibition and entertainment company. With a history of industry leadership and innovation dating back to 1920, the company today serves hundreds of millions of guests annually through interests in 380 theatres with 5,325 screens in five countries.

Complete ImageNow and Oracle integration will enable users to create reports for all invoices, allowing financial directors throughout the organization to quickly review financial information without the hassle and costs associated with duplicating and distributing large paper files, particularly during an audit process.

“ImageNow will provide us with the opportunity to centralize and streamline the invoicing process,” said Jennifer Regas, director of accounting systems and analysis. “ImageNow will also help reduce the amount of paper used during the invoice approval process in our Kansas City-based home office and throughout our circuit of theatres.”

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Since 1995 Perceptive Software has built enterprise content management software, including ImageNow®, to help organizations effortlessly manage the entire lifecycle of their documents and information, fueling greater operational efficiency. More than 2,500 organizations in 30 countries rely on Perceptive Software to simplify their business processes through innovative ECM solutions that create immediate and lasting impact.


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