Update 7.4 Released

We have released version 7.4 of ENet Docs and Net.DFM. This update marks the official release of our Signature Capture: Counter Sale module as well as some other minor fixes and enhancements. Are your customers signing invoices at your pick up window or store? Eliminate the paper by capturing their […]

AP Automation

“AP Automation” is the business buzzword of the last few years. Like many of you, we’ve diligently researched and monitored the claims and effectiveness of new solutions that appeared. And we’ve been investigating the most effective way that we can add this functionality to our product suite, write our own […]

Zach Morin joins Enlighten.Net, Inc.

We are excited to welcome new talent to our development team! Zach Morin joined our product development team as a Front-End Developer on June 1, 2020. Ray Hrdy, Chief Technology Officer for Enlighten.Net, Inc. said “Fit is very important to us and Zach is the right combination of fit and […]

AP Processing with ENet Docs

Accounts Payable is a critical part of any business. Accurately paying approved and validated invoices not only keeps the lights on, literally, but also manages cash flow, strengthens business relationships and can result in deeper discounts and/or larger rebates from your vendors.  Historically, this was a very paper intensive workflow.  […]

2020 Trade Show Schedule

We are going to the following industry events in 2020. Hope to see you at one or more. This schedule is subject to change, because.. well… things change. About Enlighten.Net, Inc.Enlighten.Net, Inc. is a leading provider of Document Management software for small to medium sized organizations throughout North America.  Our […]

Order Acknowledgement Management at HCI

Hydraulic Controls, Inc. had a problem.  Their purchasing manager, Mike, was having to sort through order acknowledgements and forward them to the appropriate buyer.  That’s normal, but the problem was that Mike was now receiving upwards of 200 acknowledgements per day, and the company was still growing.  They needed a […]