Accuracy Matters. Duh!

Especially in Accounting!

If it’s Friday afternoon and you’re reading this, chances are you might already be skimming and glancing at this article. It’s human nature. After a long day, your eyes might get tired, your brain all filled up with great information.

If you’re in Accounts Payable (AP) you look at numbers all day. It might be easy to read Invoices and Receipts all day and your brain might start to tell you you’ve looked at these Supplier Numbers hundreds of times. You glance at the first 5 digits of the string of numbers of 12 and assume the rest is correct and move on. Again, human nature.


Most of the time your work is spot on, and the numbers check off. But sometimes it could be 1 number off at the end of a string of numbers and the wrong Supplier gets paid. One number matters.

100% accuracy can be hard to hit.

Dash AP Robot

Perfectly entering and matching all the numbers can be a tough job.

Enter in… DASH AP ROBOT!

The AP Robot can read, extract, and populate information related to your Invoices. It can read with 100% accuracy all the data on the forms.

AP Robot reads ALL 12 OF THE DIGITS in a string of numbers. This is key. The automation and reading of the documents by a robot are so accurate you can bet your lunch money on it.

Drag your Invoices into a “watch” folder and it will scan and read all your data for you.

Can you imagine the time savings if you could have a robot read the Invoices and match them up the tell you if anything appears incorrect?


We’ve created a simple and accurate solution to increase accuracy for your AP team.

Want to learn more? Click here. We’d be happy to share more information through a demo with you.


About the Author:

Stephanie is the marketing guru at Dash. For over 20 years, Dash has been authoring, delivering, and supporting Dash DDX™, its ERP-integrated Document Automation software to small and mid-sized manufacturing and distribution companies throughout the USA and beyond.


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