Paperless office solutions company V1 Document Management is seeking partnerships with accounting, enterprise resource planning and customer relationship management software developers and resellers.

The newly formed electronic document management U.S. sister company to U.K.-based Version One has recently signed Eastlake Trade in California and Insyte Information in Texas, and is aiming to rapidly grow its reseller channel across the Americas. Other partnerships are in the pipeline, according to spokeswoman Liz Ebbrell.

Resellers are helping to ensure broader customer retention by adding to their product portfolios. V1 Document Management provides resellers revenue opportunities through integration of document management with accounting systems and training on how to generate interest in V1’s services, such as document imaging. “They’re adding values to those systems,” Ebbrell said. “We work with them on marketing to reach their customers bases.”

V1 Document Management’s solutions, which can be sold either as standalone products or integrated into organizations’ existing accounting/enterprise resource planning and customer relationship management systems, enable the electronic creation, delivery, authorization, management, storage and retrieval of business documents.

“With our extensive [electronic document management] experience and in-depth knowledge and understanding of the reseller channel, we’re confident that our solutions will soon be making a real impact on the American market,” said Paul Crompton, partner manager for V1 Document Management, in a statement. “We recognize the importance of investing in our resellers.”

The seven-module portfolio also includes an optical character recognition solution for the automatic capture and verification of data from inbound documents, such as invoices, aimed at reducing manual data entry by up to 90 percent.

“We look forward to providing real insight into how EDM solutions can deliver business advantage to both resellers and end-users across America,” Crompton added.

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