Lee Chee Leong, Head, APAC at Jenji, believes that the company’s automated proactive analysis plays a crucial role in streamlining organizational processes.
"Going fully automated means the expense submission and approval processes are quicker, more efficient, and have fewer errors. For example, with Jenji’s OCR (Optical Character Recognition), users are not required to input receipt or invoice data manually. Accurate data extraction means time spent on data input is reduced by at least 80%."
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