“Our aim is to empower employees so Human Resources personnel can spend less time on mundane tasks, and instead focus on key business initiatives,.” says Gordon Rapkin, Archive Systems CEO,
Fairfield, NJ (PRWEB) November 18, 2015
CIO Review has selected Archive Systems for its annual list of the “Top 20 Most Promising HR Tech Solution Providers - 2015.” Archive Systems was recognized for its FileBRIDGE family of unified document management technologies that deliver vital Human Resource document management, Accounts Payable automation, Records Management, and Information Governance solutions by marrying document and content management with workflow, imaging, and compliance. The nomination also focused on Archive Systems passion for helping organizations bridge the gap from paper-based document processes to digital documents, saving them time and money and increasing efficiency.
A panel of experts and members of CIOReview’s editorial board to recognize and promote technology entrepreneurship select the annual list of companies. “Archive Systems has been on our radar for some time now, and we are happy to showcase the company this year due to their continuing excellence in delivering a top-notch HR technology-driven solution,” said Jeevan George, Managing Editor, CIO Review. “Archive Systems continued to break new ground within the past year benefiting its customers around the globe, and we’re excited to feature them as one of our top companies.”
Archive Systems is continuously innovating and adding new functionality to the FileBRIDGE platform, helping HR departments effectively store, access and manage HR documents while complying with regulatory requirements for security and retention. In 2015 many enhancements were made to the FileBRIDGE platform, including:
- myFileBRIDGE, a new HR Service Delivery component that brings self-service and kiosk access directly to employees and HR managers, eliminating many of the HR department’s time consuming tasks; and
- Hosting the FileBRIDGE platform on Microsoft Azure. This allows Archive Systems to expand into international markets and opens the door for global companies of all sizes to leverage the FileBRIDGE platform. The increased functionality also allows Archive's current clients to be in compliance of 30 international and industry-specific standards, including data protection and privacy.
“Our aim is to empower employees so Human Resources personnel can spend less time on mundane tasks, and instead focus on key business initiatives,” says Gordon Rapkin, Archive Systems CEO. “I’m truly honored that our commitment to provide a best in class product to our customers resulted in Archive Systems being named one of CIO Review’s Top 20 Most Promising HR Tech Solution Providers.”
About Archive Systems, Inc.
Archive Systems delivers unified document management solutions that provide a bridge between paper and digital records storage and control. Services include cloud solutions for human resources document management as well as many other document-centric business processes, nationwide off-site physical records storage and services. By uniquely managing all stages of the record lifecycle, Archive Systems is changing the way the world manages documents.
CIO Review constantly endeavors to identify "The Best" in a variety of areas important to tech business. Through nominations and consultations with industry leaders, their editors choose the best in different domains. The HR edition is the listing of 20 Most Promising HR Tech Solution Providers in the U.S.