What is DCX?

Document Capture and eXchange (DCX) provides the exchange of documents and data from an organisation and its customers all the way through to their suppliers and trading partners. With DCX you can automate the documentation associated within your supply chain and streamline operational processes by electronically converting trading documents into an electronic format that integrate with your software package.

DCX is specifically designed for SMEs that don’t have the technological capabilities for EDI and/or have limited resources at their disposal and are in need of a supplementary solution. With DCX you can open your doors to an untapped number of new business opportunities by having an automated document capture and exchange service. 

We have assisted with the growth of many businesses over the years by helping them trade seamlessly with larger organisations where more advanced internal technologies are in use.

How does DCX work?

DCX starts by the scanning paper invoices at the product level, translating this data to your required formats and placing data into a designated area to be picked up by your customer's accounting system. You don't need to change your ERP solution as the DCX output speaks a universal language and allows seamless trading with your business partners. Process flow:

Document Capture and eXchange

Benefits of DCX

Reduced operational costs

DCX reduces the time spent manually processing and sending documents.

Minimises errors

DCX eliminates clerical errors.

Maximises business efficiency

DCX streamlines your processes by reducing clerical tasks and eliminating data entry errors. 

Improved payment timelines

DCX reduces time delays in sending and receiving documents to help keep payment terms achievable.

Integrates seamlessly with ERP's and other EDI's

DCX speaks a universal language allowing you to trade with multiple stakeholders seamlessly.

Output of market leading technology

The output of DCX is the highest in the industry. 

I want to electronically convert my documents