For the Park, working with Athento means having more than 36,500 documents that are accessible, safe and well-organized.
Silicon Valley, CA (PRWEB) June 02, 2014
Popularly known as “Malaga Valley”, as a tip of the hat to the legendary California valley that is the home of the world’s most important tech companies, Andalusia Technology Park (known by its Spanish initials, PTA) is one of the important economic engines in the south of Spain. This space, which measures 222 hectares in area, is home to 600 prominent businesses such as Oracle, Anovo, ADIF, Vodafone, or China’s Huawei.
Athento helps the PTA with the organization and control of documents in its key areas. Having better control over documents is fundamental for the Park because it gives Park staff a more accurate idea about the life of their projects and the businesses they provide service to. Users of the system also point out that the system is easy to use when it comes time to search for and recover information. For the Park, working with Athento means having more than 36,500 documents that are accessible, safe and well-organized.
For its part, for Yerbabuena Software, the company that created Athento, “Having notable clients such as PTA, and the important work they do for the region, is a source of pride for us,” says Jose Luis de la Rosa, the CEO of Yerbabuena Software. The technology firm, with offices in Spain and the United States, has published a report containing all the details of the PTA success story. The report can be accessed from the Athento web page.
Athento incorporates cutting-edge technology like machine learning, semantics and image processing to automate processes that are related to document capture, management, preservation, and all of the operations necessary to cover the entire life cycle related to documents. Athento has over 100 customers in Europe, Africa and the Americas. It also has a wide network of authorized partners, and is the product of choice for institutions such as Grupo Día, Leroy Merlin or the General Traffic Directorate of Spain to manage their documents.