Bean Services launches Beanbills with invoice auto-capture

Posted by Rob Lewis

Vancouver's Bean Services unveiled Beanbills Version 2.5 today, the newest version of its web based Accounts Payable Control & Automation Solution.

This major application update addresses key features requested by customers including email to "capture" to allow customers and their vendors to email invoices directly into Bean's Auto-Capture service, easily eliminating data entry.

"That's right, you can truly say goodbye to data entry!! We're thrilled to be releasing this new version. It's going to make managing and controlling the AP process even easier," said Jarrod Levitan, Bean's CEO. "Now users can easily email their invoices directly into Beanbills where they'll be electronically captured, avoiding one additional step to manually scan paper. Since everyone uses email, this will greatly enhance the experience of using the Beanbills application."

Founded in 2005, Bean Services mission is to increase office productivity through user friendly and innovative e-payables software. Bean Services placed 3rd in the 2007 New Ventures BC Competition and picked up a prize package worth $17K.

In May 2008, Bean Services announced that they closed a second round of angel investor funding. The investor group consisted of seasoned angel investors, some of who participated in earlier rounds.

Company:
Bean Services
Website:
http://www.beanservices.com
Location:
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

Founded in 2005, Bean Services mission is to increase office productivity through user friendly and innovative e-payables software. With several high-profile clients in the construction and property management industries, this award winning company focuses on the combined strengths of talented people and leading edge technology. Bean Services is based in Vancouver, Canada. more


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