Saturday, September 14, 2013

MDS Software Officially Launches MDS RapidPay Invoice Scanning System

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MDS Software Officially Launches MDS RapidPay Invoice Scanning System

This week, MDS Property Management Software launched their newest product, MDS RapidPay, marking the occasion with a heavily attended launch party at Heartland Brewery's Empire State Building location.

MDS RapidPay is an automated invoice processing and approval solution that drastically reduces the time and cost associated with entering, approving and retrieving paper invoices. This web based product takes advantage of Optical Character Recognition (OCR) technology to perform data entry with minimal human intervention and completely automates the Accounts Payable process. After over two years of development and nine months of beta testing, MDS RapidPay has been refined into an easy to use and reliable workhorse.

"We learned a lot about OCR technology through the development of our check scanning system and we have applied that knowledge to the development of RapidPay. Analyzing and capturing information from vendor invoices is much more complex than pulling account information off of a check due to the inconsistencies and variability that exist across the wide array of invoice formats that property managers receive. In partnership with our beta testers, we have developed a system that has the ability to learn and get better and better as you use it. After about 60 days, we are seeing automated read rates that top 80% and that number only gets better over time," says Steven Friedberg, President and founder of MDS.

MDS Property Management Software is a privately owned company that has been providing property management software to the local New York market since 1982. Their core business is the development, implementation and support of products designed to achieve maximum efficiency for the New York based manager. A focus on the local market allows MDS to respond rapidly to changes in local law and market trends that cannot be matched by generic national software providers. For more information about MDS, visit them on the web at

RapidPay Invoice Scanning & Web Based Approval System

MDS Rapid Pay is an automated invoice processing and approval solution that reduces the
cost and hassle associated with manually entering, approving and retrieving paper invoices. 

This web based product takes advantage of Optical Character Recognition (OCR) technology
to perform data entry with minimal human intervention while at the same time cutting down
on costly mistakes and the time it takes to copy and retrieve invoices.

Once entered, invoices can even be automatically routed to internal and external approvers
using a robust, user definable workflow over the web.  Do you have a board president that 
likes to see and approve every invoice over $5,000.00?  MDS RapidPay makes it easy 
and efficient for both of you.

Key Features

  • Reduces the time spent manually entering invoices by over 50%
  • Allows for rapid scale up of your operations without adding additional staff
  • Increases your business intelligence through near instant visibility on all outstanding liabilities
  • Eliminates storage, copying and retreival costs
  • Captures images of invoices for easy retrieval and reduced auditing and reporting costs
  • Records utility usage information automatically
  • Routes invoices based on user definable workflows for approval from any location over the web
  • Maintains approval audit trail with full annotation capabilities.
Contact: Adam Friedberg 

Tel. 888-325-8307 

SOURCE MDS Property Management Software

1 comment:

  1. Every business needs great solutions when it comes to invoice processing. Automating invoice processing is so beneficial. This helps so much for the efficiency and business development. This gives an incredible impact on cost savings, too, and I absolutely agree that this could really end frustrations as well. This MDS RapidPay Invoice Scanning System seems very impressive. Thanks.



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