Real-Time Construction Accounting Software

 

 

Document Link & Imaging

(Professional & Enterprise Editions)

 

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The Document Link module is a powerful asset. All resources related to BIS® transactions, master files, and reports can be linked quickly and easily, so users can centralize supporting information. The resources that users can link are only limited by the software on the computer. Link blueprints and jobsite photos to job files. Link actual accounts payable scanned invoices to Vendor Invoices. Relate external work orders to figures on job cost reports. Users can do all this and more with Document Link. The Document Link module helps companies to be more efficient by allowing users to centralize support files quickly and intuitively.

 

Access Documents from Reports and Data Entry Screens

 

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Link Any External Document To Your Data

 

Blueprints, jobsite images, and project schedules are just some of the documents users can link to data in BIS®. The easy to use interface lets users organize all your files into folders, alphabetically or by file type. Descriptions can be added, as well as notes, so users know exactly what information the file contains. Use the image button in Document Link to get files from a scanner. Linking documents is easy and intuitive. Company staff can use Document Link to centralize job information, allowing for better communication on projects.

 

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Create Microsoft® Word Mail Merge From BIS®


The BIS® Document Link module will let users create a mail merge from within BIS® by using existing vendor, employee, customer and job lists already stored in BIS®. Document Link intelligently works with Microsoft® Word to use any template desired to create a filtered merge. For example, users can create bid requests and employee notices for specific people. These unique merge capabilities can save an enormous amount of time. Why maintain a separate database or go though a cumbersome merging process? Document Link makes it easy to create the documents companies need.

 

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Easily Scan Documents From Within BIS®


BIS® Document Link lets users capture documents easily from scanners or digital cameras. Have an invoice to scan or a jobsite photo to link? BIS® provides a powerful tool to link to scanners and digital cameras. There is no reason to exit BIS® to capture files. BIS® lets users manage all sources for digital imaging. When scanning, users have control over the resulting file format, the resolution and the image size. BIS® Document Link provides on-the-fly ability to create resources. The digital office is made easy with Document Link.

 

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Seamless Integration with Microsoft® Map Point® 2004

 

Need a quick map of a job site or vendor location? BIS® seamlessly integrates with Microsoft® Map Point® 2004. Simply click on the Map Point® Toolbar button in BIS® and Map Point® automatically displays map information from the selected address in BIS®.

 

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Testimonials

 

"Our staff was able to improve the effectiveness of bidding as well as the maximizing of margins which was critical during the downturn in the economy where jobs were tougher to win and margins were tougher to maintain."

 

Bryan C. Coomes, CFO, Hayes Construction Company

 

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BIS Modules

 

General Ledger

Accounts Payable

Accounts Receivable

Job Cost

Job Billing

Payroll

Union

Bank Reconciliation

Subcontract Control

Password

Report Server

Job Scheduling

Document Link & Imaging

Document Manager

Equipment Control

Inventory

Purchase Order

Report Writer

 

 

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