Laserfiche Unveils Version 7.2 at FOSE 2006
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LONG BEACH, Calif.— Laserfiche, a provider of premier document management software solutions, will demonstrate Laserfiche Version 7.2 at FOSE 2006 in Washington, D.C. this week. A major update to the outgoing version of the software, Laserfiche 7.2 features a host of new features designed with federal government users in mind.
“When it comes to document management solutions, federal government users have very specific needs due to the sheer volume and variety of documents they work with,” said James Every, vice president of sales at Laserfiche. “Since we developed Laserfiche 7.2 with significant input from our federal customers, FOSE is the ideal venue at which to launch this latest release.”
Among the most anticipated new features in Laserfiche 7.2 is “Check In/Check Out.” This collaboration feature allows multiple users to modify documents and track changes made by multiple users with the safety of keeping documents from being overwritten. More than simple version control, Check In/Check Out ensures absolute security of dynamic documents before being saved as permanent.
Check In/Check Out was created after developers spoke with numerous customers in federal government organizations who process large amounts of sensitive confidential information. Other upgrades in Laserfiche 7.2 include expanded support for foreign languages, drag/drop compatibility with Microsoft Outlook, and greatly enhanced document auto-naming capabilities, to name just a few.
In late 2005, Laserfiche was certified for use on the United States Navy/Marine Corps Intranet (NMCI), and was also recertified by the United States Department of Defense as DoD 5015.2 compliant. All four branches of the Armed Forces utilize Laserfiche to archive, retrieve and work effectively with their paper and electronic documents. Along with them are numerous federal government agencies, government-related organizations and government-subsidized groups using Laserfiche to work faster and more efficiently.
Based in Long Beach, Calif., Laserfiche (www.laserfiche.com) creates simple and elegant document management solutions that help organizations run smarter. Laserfiche solutions are used in more than 21,000 government and business offices worldwide.