BERTL Selects eCopy as Best MFP Workflow Software10 Apr, 2007
BERTL Selects eCopy as Best MFP Workflow Software
Nashua, NH – eCopy Inc., a leading provider of solutions that integrate paper documents into business software applications, announced that BERTL Inc. has awarded its prestigious “Best MFP Workflow Software Solution” Award for 2007 to eCopy ShareScan document imaging software. This selection marks the fourth consecutive year eCopy has won a BERTL Best Award for achieving best practices in document scanning with multifunction peripherals (MFPs).
According to David Sweetnam, vice president of research and content at BERTL, “eCopy ShareScan document imaging software continues to set the pace in helping companies convert paper-based information into secure digital documents that drive e-business processes. The software enables the people closest to work processes to add paper-based information to electronic workflows without the need for centralized document imaging capabilities.”
eCopy ShareScan makes it easy for any office worker to scan paper-based information easily and securely from their MFP into any electronic workflow. The software provides a standard MFP document capture operating platform across brands, so office workers can use the same scanning procedures at any of their networked MFPs. Additionally, customers can use the software to scan documents directly from their MFP to more than 50 enterprise business applications such as EMC Documentum, FileNet, Interwoven, and Microsoft SharePoint and Outlook/Exchange. With over 50,000 licenses of ShareScan shipped, eCopy is the market leader in MFP document capture software.
“Winning BERTL’s Best for four years running demonstrates eCopy has hit a market ‘sweet spot’ by providing a consistent, intuitive interface for MFPs – regardless of the manufacturer,” said Vickie Malis, eCopy vice president of Marketing. “Countless customers have told us that the software’s simplicity in enabling any office worker to scan documents to business applications has totally changed document workflows at their companies.”