Disaster Recovery

Industry: Disaster Recovery, Miscellaneous
Application: Kodak
A comprehensive disaster recovery plan means more than just backing up data to ensure you protect confidentiali information

Capco Tile & Stone

Industry: Retail
Application: PaperFlow, PaperVision Enterprise
Cumbersome paper-based customer records system cost CAPCO time and money

White Electrical Construction Company

Industry: Public Utilities
Application: PaperVision Enterprise
Paper-based accounting processes inhibited the company from delivering responsive and reliable services

The United Illuminating Company

Industry: Public Utilities
Application: ImageSilo
Microfilm and paper-based processes made operations costly and inefficient in several key financial departments

Worldwide Integrated Supply Chain Solutions

Industry: Miscellaneous
Application: ImageSilo, PaperFlow, PaperVision WorkFlow
Needed to effectively process and manage thousands more invoices each week

United Natural Foods, Inc.

Industry: Miscellaneous
Application: PaperFlow, PaperVision Enterprise
Paper-based accounting processes were challenged by increasing amounts of invoices and continued document growth

Terrus Real Estate Group

Industry: Miscellaneous
Application: ImageSilo, PaperVision Capture, PaperVision WorkFlow
Paper invoices and multiple copies of leases slowed processes for the accounting department.

Filing Source

Industry: Miscellaneous
Application: PaperVision Capture
Needed an information capture solution that expanded their capabilities, provided quality technical support and helped them expand their business

Financial Insurance Corporation

Industry: Miscellaneous
Application: PaperFlow, PaperVision Enterprise, PaperVision WorkFlow
Paper faxes were inefficient and time consuming, draining productivity and slowing customer service

Australian Quarter Horse Association

Industry: Miscellaneous
Application: PaperVision Capture, PaperVision Enterprise, PaperVision WorkFlow
Paper applications and records were multiplying, slowing efficiancy. The association was losing time and money