eQuorum’s ImageSite provides the perfect solution for housing the documents that archSCAN organizes and digitizes
Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) December 07, 2016
eQuorum is proud to announce the selection of its ImageSite document management system by archSCAN, a company specializing in the processing and converting of hard-copy large-format drawings and small-format documents into electronic files. Headquartered in Annapolis, Maryland, archSCAN has a vast depth of experience in providing research, and inventory, document management, and scanning services.
eQuorum provides comprehensive engineering document management solutions. Using the latest HTML5 technology, and no Java, ImageSite provides the security needed in today’s user- enabled world, while allowing for mobile access using any platform and without the need to download and maintain an app for document distribution and collaboration. ImageSite is available as an on premise solution, in the cloud, or as a hybrid system.
Scott Brandt, CEO of eQuorum, remarked “eQuorum is pleased to begin a strategic partnership with archSCAN, one of the highest quality document scanning and indexing companies in the country. The archSCAN reputation for quality, thoroughness, and affordability aligns with eQuorum’s values and together both companies present a beginning-to-end solution for organizations looking to digitize their paper records and then have easy access to the files using a robust engineering document management solution. As a women-owned, small business archSCAN also meets government criteria for many of key projects.”
According to Vivica Williams of archSCAN, “We have been organizing engineering and facility documents for over 15 years, but we were falling behind in today’s fast-paced world of technology. eQuorum’s ImageSite provides the perfect solution for housing the documents that archSCAN organizes and digitizes for its clients. ImageSite incorporates the metadata, file folder structure, and the files themselves in one user-friendly environment, which can be viewed across platforms such as tablets, phones, or laptops. Also, ImageSite provides security features such as a login and password and limitations on who can access or change documents once they are in the system. ImageSite brings the document management services that we were greatly needing. archSCAN is looking forward to a long partnership with eQuorum!”
About archSCAN, LLC
Founded in 2002, archSCAN, LLC provides research, inventory, document management, and scanning services. Finding “Order in Chaos,” archSCAN cleans up messy plan rooms and disorganized files. They intelligently examine documents in order to extract key metadata, allowing documents to be searchable and organized within a document management system or database. archSCAN also converts hard-copy large-format drawings and small-format documents into electronic files and organizes the electronic information into a standardized format. archSCAN provides a full-service, “turn-key” operation, converting paper chaos into an orderly, user-friendly electronic end product. For additional information regarding archSCAN’s services, please call Vivica Williams at 443-710-5700 or vivica(dot)williams(at)archscan(dot)com, or visit the company’s website: http://www.archscan.com.
Based in Atlanta, Georgia, eQuorum is the developer of the ImageSiteTM suite of products, an enterprise-wide document management system for companies that use engineering data. ImageSite can be implemented as both an internal document management system and as a collaboration solution with affiliates, customers, and vendors for a wide variety of industries. eQuorum provides solutions including its software, business workflow consulting, training, and implementation services to help customers quickly realize the productivity benefits of their solutions. For additional information regarding eQuorum’s products and services, please call Kevin Moss at 404.497.8110 or kevin(dot)moss(at)equorum(dot)com, or visit the company’s web site. http://www.equorum.com.
ImageSite is a registered trademark of eQuorum Corporation.