PFU (EMEA) Limited, a Fujitsu company has announced it has partnered with cloud bookkeeping solutions provider, Hubdoc to enable accountants and bookkeepers to digitise and process large volumes of financial documents quickly and efficiently. Incorporating the ScanSnap iX1500 document scanner and ScanSnap Cloud, Hubdoc enables users to easily scan and access documents from anywhere.
With partnerships already in place in North America and Australia, Hubdoc chose to expand the partnership into the UK. Hubdoc helps accountants, bookkeepers, and small businesses streamline administrative bookkeeping tasks such as financial document collection and data entry. The combined power of Hubdoc and ScanSnap introduces another way for advisors to collect and digitise paper documents from their clients, saving them a tremendous amount of time.
Launched in early October, the ScanSnap iX1500 is a new personal document scanner designed to offer a smarter way to work. Incorporating one touch technology, the iX1500 enables users to carry out pre-programmed scans, and can recognise different document types, sending them to the preferred destination, including Hubdoc, with one touch.
Jamie Shulman, Co-Founder and Co-CEO of Hubdoc said, “we couldn’t be more excited to extend our partnership with Fujitsu in the United Kingdom, providing our joint customers with even more ways to increase efficiency and better manage paper and digital documents at their practice or business. We’re firm believers in the power of the cloud accounting ecosystem, and the value it provides to customers. We aim to build products and integrations to make bookkeeping easier, this partnership gets us one step closer to that goal.”
Mike Nelson, Senior Vice President, PFU (EMEA) Limited added, “accountancy is traditionally a paper-heavy business, and mistakes from mis-filing can be costly, so it’s important that bookkeepers have solutions that will enable them to accurately manage and reconcile their clients’ accounts. By expanding our partnership with Hubdoc, we’re helping accountants in the UK to maximise the time they spend on servicing clients, instead of wasting it sorting through paperwork.”