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APIMG Eliminate your growing paper burden with software that acts as your personal electronic file cabinet

Paper-based processes can be a serious drain on your organization’s productivity, growth and bottom-line. Although electronic document management has progressed in sophistication and intuitiveness,

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* Advanced Processing & Imaging is committed to providing our customers with innovative enterprise content management solutions and we feel SQL Server 2008 will help us to deliver on that commitment. *
Juan Rodriguez
Co-founder, Advanced Processing & Imaging, Inc.
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organizations are still storing 95% of their information on paper. The paper trail soon grows out of control, causing a whole host of business issues. Employees can spend hours each day sorting through paper, diverting them from their primary responsibilities. Locating, forwarding, storing, duplicating and organizing paper-based information can become all-consuming.

In addition, the costs of equipment and supplies, storage, postage and faxing quickly add up. What’s worse, human error and misplaced, lost, or spoiled documents can result in audit or regulatory non-compliances — dealing a blow to your corporate reputation and netting you a heavy fine.

With OptiView® ECM software, you can eliminate paper documents and manual processes by moving to a secure, organized, and efficient "electronic file cabinet". Exploiting SQL Server 2008’s data management capabilities, this powerful, yet userfriendly, solution enables your employees to quickly capture, manage, retrieve and distribute incoming information, including scanned paper documents, electronic documents, e-mail, audio, and video files. Its intuitive interface can even anticipate which documents an employee might need — and proactively make them available.

Going paperless can significantly reduce your operational costs. But that’s not the only benefit. By removing the need for paper trail management, your employees are free to perform their core tasks, boosting their productivity — and your bottom-line. With digital files, you can achieve and maintain compliance more efficiently. And, without all that paper, you’ll be doing your bit for the environment.

“Microsoft remains committed to the success of our broad ISV partner community who drive innovative solutions to market,” said Mark Jewett, director of SQL Server marketing at Microsoft Corp. “SQL Server 2008 Business Intelligence enhancements such as query optimization and improved analytics, combined with powerful ISV partner solutions, are empowering end users to generate business insights and drive better decisions from existing data.”

OptiView® ECM 8.2
Robust electronic document management solution

Works with:
SQL Server® 2008 Standard

SQL Server 2008
Launched in August 2008, Microsoft® SQL Server® 2008 has generated overwhelming customer and partner excitement. With over 1.5 million downloads to-date, more than 2,500 partners use this platform to deliver their solutions.

Regarded as a critical component of Microsoft’s acclaimed business intelligence platform, SQL Server 2008 has received industry recognition and is now considered the fastest-growing relational database in the world.

To find out how you can use Windows SQL Server 2008 to deliver your solutions, go to http://www.microsoft.com/sqlserver/2008/en/us/default.aspx

For more information about APIMG's products and services, visit the Web site at: http://www.apimg.com/

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Företagsstorlek
50 anställda

Program & tjänster
Microsoft SQL Server 2008 Standard

Industri(er)
IT Services

Land
United States

Språk
English

Partner
APIMG