CCH, a Wolters Kluwer business and a provider of tax and accounting law, software and services, bolstered its paperless workflow process with the acquisition of a pair of automation tools from Brandenton, Fla.-based DocuMatters.
Included in the transaction were BOCDIP, an automated document identification tool, and paperless workflow solution PDFlyer.

Terms of the agreement were not disclosed.

BOCDIP and PDFlyer will be integrated into the CCH portfolio of software solutions, with BOCDIP being rebranded ProSystem fx Scan. The PDFlyer product will continue to carry its current name.

BOCDIP combines its database engine with a data dictionary to read and recognize client documents such as W-2s, K-1s, and interest statements. The software then sorts, bookmarks and outputs the documents to a PDF file.
PDFlyer is an Adobe Acrobat plug-in, which facilitates working with multiple PDF files in a paperless, dual-screen environment.

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