LONG BEACH, CA (Laserfiche)—January 27, 2011—Laserfiche has announced the winners of its annual Run Smarter Awards program, including Texas A&M University-Kingsville (TAMUK). Each year, Laserfiche honors organizations that succeed in promoting organizational agility through innovative use of Laserfiche enterprise content management (ECM).
To overhaul tedious and paper-laden document management and business processes in its administrative offices, TAMUK implemented Laserfiche ECM. By integrating Laserfiche with FabSoft, the university was able to automate document processing directly from its remote mainframe.
Ralph Stephens, Project Manager at TAMUK, reported that the university realized immediate savings. “Overnight delivery carriers, mail service and long‐distance fax charges have decreased, while duplicative copies have been reduced, document security has been enhanced, information sharing has increased and, most importantly, we’ve dramatically improved our customer service response time.”
Director of Budgets Tina Livingston added, “Response time to inquiries—both internal and external—has been greatly reduced. There is no paper, no file cabinets, no hassle. Yesterday’s work seamlessly appears on today’s screen without a touch.”
She concluded, “Rather than printing 4,000 pages of paper a day, our departments use Laserfiche to selectively print only the purchase orders or vouchers they need.”
Other 2010 Run Smarter winners include: Central District Health Department of Boise, ID; City of Maple Grove, MN; Dallas Associated Dermatologists; Durham County, NC; ECOM Atlantic; Essar Group; Hamilton-Wentworth School Board; London Borough of Tower Hamlets; Long Beach Police Department; Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe Indians; NE Metro Intermediate Schools; Pulte Mortgage; South Essex Partnership NHS Trust; Spire Investment Partners, LLC; Virginia Port Authority; and Wythe County Community Hospital.
Since 1987, Laserfiche® has used its Run Smarter® philosophy to create simple and elegant enterprise content management (ECM) solutions. More than 28,000 organizations worldwide use 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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