Dysart, Pepkor Properties recognized for finance initiatives

By Amy Legre
Special to Independent Newsmedia

Laserfiche announced today that Dysart Unified School District and Pepkor Properties have won Laserfiche Run Smarter Awards for their best-in-class finance initiatives.

“Across all industries, optimized financial processes comprise the foundation for success,” said Chris Wacker, CEO of Laserfiche. “Dysart Unified School District and Pepkor Properties’ initiatives prove that back- office efficiency gains directly infl uence front- office achievements. Congratulations!”

One of the fastest growing school systems in Arizona, Dysart Unified School District prioritizes maintaining modern facilities and services. The district automated previously paper-based accounting processes, including payroll and benefits, accounts payable and accounts receivable, and eliminated the manual filing of paperwork, increased accessibility of information and made processes run approximately 75 percent faster.

A division of Pepkor Trading, Pepkor Properties manages the largest retail property footprint by number of stores in Africa. The organization used Laserfiche to streamline the management of more than 5,000 contracts. The re- engineered processes have broken down geographic barriers between team members throughout Africa, enabling staff to reconcile invoices and make legal documents immediately available.

Each year, the Run Smarter Awards program recognizes organizations that use Laserfi che enterprise content management (ECM) software to improve productivity, transform business processes and realize visionary initiatives. The Laserfiche Run Smarter Award winners were announced during the Laserfiche Empower 2017 Conference. In total, 31 organizations from around the world were honored during the event. The full list of winners is available at the Empower 2017 Conference website.

Amy Legere is a spokesperson for Laserfiche

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