Colorado Springs, Colorado, and Itasca, Illinois (PRWEB) March 18, 2009
The first fully functional and proven web-based distributed capture and process management solution, Capsys Capture™ software, is now available to help organizations of all types capture documents electronically, from anywhere paperwork originates.
Available from CAPSYS® as a thin client, browser-based application specifically for the Internet, the software gives users a simple and easy-to-use, enterprise-wide tool for capturing and sharing documents at a lower cost than traditional capture software. Capsys Capture software's thin client design offers all of the rich production capture features previously only available in Windows® "thick" client systems that are costly and difficult to deploy.
Capsys Capture was developed from a proven code base that has been marketed for the last decade with over 700 customers and 10,000 licensed users. Capsys will continue to develop and enhance the functionality of Capsys Capture.
"Capsys Capture software allows any organization to take advantage of the shift from centralized scanning to distributed scanning," states Greg Cooke, vice president of sales & marketing for CAPSYS. "It allows companies to design their own capture process graphically, without programming or scripting, and begin using the system in days - not months - at a fraction of the cost."
Deployed to any desktop browser, Capsys Capture software enables documents to be either scanned or imported from the PC. Documents can then be transmitted from the Capsys Capture client to the Capsys Capture server over a secure internet connection.
Companies can readily place Capsys Capture software into service on their own networks, or through Capsys Capture Online™, a secure, hosted data center managed service. "Our Software as a Service (SaaS) model is an affordable option because it eliminates the upfront investment, installation and administration of in-house software," notes Cooke. A further improvement to competitive capture systems is the Capsys licensing model; the new software is licensed by server and concurrent user, not page or click counts. Users need not be concerned about exceeding per-month page or click allotments.
Among the many benefits of Capsys Capture software:
- Captures documents easily from anywhere in the world where the paperwork originates, eliminating the cost and handling risks associated with shipping paper documents
- Increases the speed of transaction-oriented business processes; captures and indexes large volumes of documents securely and efficiently
- Automates complex capture and indexing tasks, eliminating manual data entry expenses and errors
- Imports and processes e-mail and faxes; capture documents in their native format and eliminates costly paper document scanning
- Accesses, scans and indexes documents from the familiar Microsoft Outlook interface, reducing training expenses and increasing time to value
- Easily integrates with third-party enterprise content management (ECM) content repositories and legacy systems, assuring a "tight fit" with corporate processes and systems
- Ensures corporate compliance by managing and monitoring incoming documents
- Takes advantage of any existing Twain compliant scanner or multi-function devices
- Lowers cost of ownership and provides significant cost savings
Learn more about the new software's full features at http://www.capsystech.com/products.
For more information about Capsys Capture software or to discuss reseller opportunities, contact 877-322-7797 or visit http://www.capsystech.com.
Capsys is the leading developer of Web-based document capture software. Founded and led by enterprise content management (ECM) industry veterans, Capsys provides affordable, easy-to-deploy document capture solutions in a completely Web-based environment through its national network of channel partners. The company's flagship product, Capsys Capture software, can easily and efficiently capture documents from anywhere at any time around the world in a safe and secure environment while eliminating the cost and complexity of supporting additional IT hardware and software environments.