LONG BEACH, CA—November 18, 2013—Laserfiche is pleased to announce that its Simplicity 2.0 blog, produced in partnership with The Economist Group, has been named Best Blog by the Custom Content Council.

The content that appears on Simplicity 2.0 is designed to help managers increase the productivity of their teams. Popular posts include:

“Achieving true simplicity in today’s complex business environment is no easy feat,” said Nien-Ling Wacker, Laserfiche Founder and CEO. “We’re pleased to bring insight on this important topic to IT and business leaders from a wide variety of industries via the Simplicity 2.0 blog.”

“The Economist Group is proud to partner with Laserfiche on the award-winning Simplicity 2.0 blog,” said Paul Rossi, President, The Economist Group. “We look forward to continuing to attract new readers to Simplicity 2.0 with the kind of timely and compelling content people have come to expect from The Economist Group.”

The Custom Content Council’s Pearl Awards celebrate excellence in custom content across print, digital and multi-media platforms. This year, custom content creators from 13 different countries representing brands such as Coca-Cola, Ford, Walmart, Whole Foods Market and GEICO submitted almost 600 entries.

About Laserfiche

Based in Long Beach, CA, with global headquarters in Hong Kong and offices in Shanghai, Toronto, Panama, London, Washington, D.C., and Fort Lauderdale, FL, Laserfiche uses its Run Smarter® philosophy to create simple and elegant enterprise content management (ECM) solutions. Since 1987, more than 34,000 organizations worldwide—including federal, state and local government agencies and Fortune 1000 companies—have used Laserfiche® software to streamline document, records and business process management.

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