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Orienge Unveils Conterra FIM 2.0

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Orienge, a software development, sales, and consulting organization focusing on information management and enterprise content management, announced the next generation of Conterra Financial Information Management 2.0.

The latest version, built on the Orienge Conterra platform, brings new accounts payable automation functionality and automates expense report management.

The expense report management solution is designed to facilitate routine and time-consuming expense report management processes by including expense report input, verification, approval and payment for both pre-paid and non-pre-paid expenses.

The development of the ERM solution was based on an investigation of clients’ needs and queries, including integration with their accounting system to streamline processes, increase financial transparency and minimize cheating.

“This latest FIM edition is amended by new powerful functionality, developed with consideration of customers’ queries and demands,” stated Orienge CEO Daniel P. Shields. “Orienge has always been sensitive to customer needs and demonstrated interest in innovations and enhancements. We have successfully presented the newest generation of Conterra FIM at Fusion 2014, where it has gained the conference attendees’ special attention.”

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