Topic: Laserfiche SharePoint integration

Written by Meghann Wooster on October 31st, 2011

October ACE Bulletin

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Written by katie.oberthaler on October 19th, 2011

Trading Systems: The Laserfiche-SharePoint Edition

Combining Laserfiche and SharePoint is like putting the same sturdy, quality flooring throughout a whole house.

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Written by Sarah Kellison on March 31st, 2011

Ya, We Can Do That.

For the past week and a half, I’ve been out on the road, spreading the good word about Laserfiche at the AIIM International Conference at Info360 and at Gartner’s Portals, Content and Collaboration.  The usual buzzwords (ie- SharePoint 2010, the cloud, information governance) aside, there was one phrase I found myself repeating over and over again— “Ya, we can do …

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Written by Melissa Henley on March 7th, 2011

Lowering the GDP of SharePoint

The Real Story Group’s Alan Pelz-Sharpe recently reported that Microsoft estimates that customers will spend a total of $6.2 billion on services related to SharePoint in 2011. Pelz-Sharpe points out that more than 50 countries have a GDP (gross domestic product) less than what the world spends on SharePoint. It’s a given that SharePoint is a great platform for simplifying collaboration. …

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Written by Sarah Kellison on February 28th, 2011

Customer Stories Roll-Up

Laserfiche is known for many things: ease of use, satisfied customers, ability to integrate with other apps, etc.  To me, though, all of those can be traced back to the sheer flexibility of the system.  Consider ease of use: Why is the system easy to use? Some would say it’s because of the flexibility of the interface.   Whether a …

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