LaserFiche and OmniRIM Partner to Create Doc Management Solution19 Oct, 2004
LaserFiche and OmniRIM Partner to Create Doc Management Solution
Laserfiche will partner with records management software developer OmniRIM Solutions, Inc. to create a comprehensive solution for managing the lifecycle of physical and electronic documents, including e-mail, photographs, and scanned records. As a member of the newly-created Professional Developer Program (PDP), OmniRIM will work to integrate Laserfiche software with its simple interface for finding all records within an organization and managing them from creation to destruction. OmniRIM will receive development tools, testing, training, and consulting services from Laserfiche headquarters.
“Users in a variety of industries are demanding document archival and retrieval capabilities to enhance the value of their existing records management systems,” said Brian LaPointe, Laserfiche director of strategic solutions. “OmniRIM will have a proven, highly-sought after solution.”
Both Laserfiche and OmniRIM place a high premium on working closely with the user to develop a solution to meet their specific needs. Whether a hospital needs to see all instances of a patient record, or a financial services firm must record every viewing of every document for regulatory purposes, every digital records management situation calls for a distinctly-designed process. Laserfiche and OmniRIM utilize extensive support and training networks to ensure the success of every installation.
“By working to build a lasting relationship with Laserfiche, we are leveraging our focused records management solutions to create a ‘best-of-breed’ approach to solving client problems,” said Ian M. Gordon, president of OmniRIM. “Their DoD 5015.2 certification, when added to our records management domain expertise, creates a powerful product for a number of vertical markets.”
The integrated solution will combine the web-based document management features provided by Laserfiche software with OmniRIM’s ability to manage deep records collections spread over multiple locations. Municipal government, financial services firms, healthcare companies, federal government offices, schools, and many other offices will use the cost-effective application.