Long Beach, CA, and Chelmsford, MA – February 8, 2012 – Laserfiche today announced that Datawatch Corporation (NASDAQ-CM:DWCH) has joined the Laserfiche Professional Developer Partner (PDP) program, which provides customers with access to a variety of third-party integrations, configurations, plug-ins and Web tools. Datawatch’s Monarch Report Mining Server (RMS) adds dynamic information and report analytics functionality to Laserfiche 8.3. (more…)
United Road Towing doesn’t bat an eye at hauling 100,000 pounds of equipment or recovering off-road vehicles, yet the company hit numerous roadblocks when moving its internal documents. (more…)
LONG BEACH, CA and EAST ROCHESTER, NY (Laserfiche and LincWare)—April 12, 2011—Laserfiche and LincWare today announced the availability of a connector that integrates LincWare LincDoc with Laserfiche 8.2. (more…)
Executive Money Managers, Inc. (EMM) is a referral-only, boutique investment advisor firm based in Marietta, GA. By 2005, the growth of its business intersected with the growth of its information management challenges. (more…)
ECOM is a global commodities company headquartered in Dallas, TX, trading cocoa, cotton and coffee between 40 offices in 30 countries. “Columbia, Chile, Honduras, all the i-stans—if they’re growing an agricultural product, we’re there,” says Willa Zandi, IT Director. The Dallas office, for instance, is the company’s hub for cotton trading.
A decade ago, staff from the Planning and Public Works Department in the City of Lakewood, CO, created the Digital Archives Group (DAG) to find more efficient ways to manage 30 years’ worth of maps, plats and plans. (more…)
With a diverse population of over 141,000, the Town of Cary is the seventh largest community in North Carolina. Since coming to Cary 21 years ago, Technology Services (TS) Director Bill Stice has drawn on his 17 years of prior experience in the private sector to develop a proactive approach to the role of TS. “The public sector is really several businesses under a single umbrella,” he observes.
When six portfolio managers left their former firm and formed Palladium Registered Investment Advisors in 2008, it gave them the opportunity to break away from their paper-based office.
As Jennifer L. Litchfield, IT Manager at Palladium, remembers it, onboarding more than 1,000 accounts all at once left almost no time to learn a new electronic document management system in their new Norfolk, VA, offices—even as the need to implement one to ensure the breakaway firm could hit the ground running was clear.