Computer Repair Systems Files Patent for Electronic Process That Streamlines Accounts Payable Proced

Wednesday 17 March 2004 20:21 CET | News

Computer Repair Systems (CRS) has filed a patent application for its unique electronic business process that removes many of the traditional steps from the accounts payable process.

The system allows vendors to easily track invoices online and upon approval immediately initiate payments electronically. The application was filed with the U.S. Patent and Trademark office. CRS developed the process for,, a web-based platform that enables users anywhere in the country to quickly locate and engage technicians or engineers to solve their on-site computer service needs. The patent-pending process allows the service vendor to track the status of invoices in an On-Line Office, and enables them to instantly initiate electronic payment once their work order is completed and the end user is satisfied. It also saves time for companies using the vendors, as they do not have to spend time processing work orders and mailing checks. The business process patent application is the second patent pending for Computer Repair Systems. Last year, the company filed an application for a patent on its proprietary process that provides for procurement, deployment and quality control of IT services and support through the platform., beta-launched in 2003, currently has more than 3,000 technicians and engineers listed in its IT procurement system in all 50 states. The company has rolled out the full version of the system, and has already signed up many significant companies to use the platform, including several global enterprises.

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