Allegheny County, the home of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, was featured on 90.5 FM, Pittsburgh’s National Public Radio News Station, discussing how OnBase was implemented to help the county go paperless, operate more efficiently and save money.
Allegheny County is using OnBase to send and receive invoices electronically, which saves the office up to $20,000 per year in postage, paper and ink. Going paperless means vendors get reimbursements from the county faster and more efficiently. The county also tracks fixed assets throughout departments and processes accounts payable vouchers. OnBase also provides online public access to all county contracts, which makes the government more transparent.
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