As an accountant, I occasionally (literally) get shoeboxes of documents from my small business clients. Receipts are stuffed in and scrunched up and comprise everything from gas (good) to toilet paper (bad). As I contemplate the mind numbing exercise where I will have to sift through everything, identify missing information and worst of all, enter it all into an accounting software (usually Quickbooks), I often feel a sense of dread. I've often fantasized about a tool that could do it all for me (of course I could outsource, but since I only have a handful of these types of clients, it is not worth it, yet...). So, when I saw an ad for the Neatdesk scanner (shown ad nauseum on CNBC), I felt a little bit of glee as I perceived a potential solution to (at least part of ) the problem.
October 8, 2014
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