LONG BEACH, CA (Laserfiche)—November 18, 2009—Laserfiche Founder and CEO Nien-Ling Wacker has just returned from a successful trip to Hong Kong, where she was interviewed on Bloomberg Television News – Asia Confidential With Bernie Lo about how to use Laserfiche to achieve a secure and efficient paperless office.
During the interview, Lo highlighted Laserfiche as a company that helps organizations “go clean and green and get all that clutter out of your environment.” When he asked if Laserfiche is the “digital equivalent of microfiche,” Wacker pointed out that Laserfiche enterprise content management (ECM) is far superior because it manages all types of organizational content, including audio and video files, e-mail, photos, instant messages and more—something microfiche could never do.
“Laserfiche has spent the last 20 years helping organizations to decrease their dependence on paper documents,” said Wacker. “As a company, we’ve now entered a new phase by adding ECM and BPM (business process management) functionality to our solutions. Our customers use Laserfiche to enable intelligent routing of all types of content and facilitate smart, swift decision-making.”
Financial institutions comprise approximately 15% of the Laserfiche customer base and report benefits including increased operational efficiency, faster audits, and easier compliance with industry regulations. With the recent opening of the new Laserfiche office in Hong Kong, financial institutions situated in the Pacific Rim now have enhanced local support for their Laserfiche implementations.
Bloomberg L.P. is an information-service, news and media company that focuses on an audience of business and financial professionals. Asia Confidential with Bernie Lo goes beyond the headlines to give viewers the context behind the day’s biggest news and issues affecting the region, speaking in-depth with important leaders and business guests.
Laserfiche® creates simple and elegant enterprise content management (ECM) solutions that help organizations run smarter. Since 1987, more than 27,000 organizations worldwide—including numerous Fortune 1000 companies and a variety of government agencies—have used Laserfiche software to streamline document, records and business process management.
The Laserfiche ECM system is designed to give IT managers central control over their information infrastructure, including standards, security and auditing, while still offering business units the flexibility to respond quickly to changing conditions.
Laserfiche distributes its software through a worldwide network of value-added resellers (VARs), who tailor solutions to clients’ individual needs. The Laserfiche VAR program has received the Five-Star rating from Computer Reseller News/VARBusiness magazine.
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