Rosling King Selects New nQueue Technology

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London firm shifts to embedded cost recovery, adds print and scan functionality

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By upgrading to nQueue’s embedded technology and adding Print Anywhere and InfoRoute, we are able to increase usability, productivity and security, all while reducing our environmental footprint

nQueue, the leading provider of cost recovery and document scanning and routing technology, today announced that its long-time client, London-based law firm Rosling King LLP, has refreshed its cost recovery technology by installing nQueue’s Embedded software on its multi-function devices. The firm has also rolled out nQueue’s Print Anywhere to improve its printing security and InfoRoute scan technology to automatically capture, process and deliver scans directly from their multi-function devices while simultaneously capturing cost information.

By moving to an embedded solution, installed directly on its MFDs, Rosling King will improve ease-of-use, increase accuracy, enable more effective support and reduce its total cost of ownership. Its technology will be easier to maintain, and all users will benefit from a single, consistent interface across all devices. “In addition to the other advantages, we appreciate the fact that embedded technology provides us with a greener workplace,” says James Walton, Partner at Rosling King. “We will be able to reduce electricity consumption, consumables and the resources required to manufacture and maintain legacy terminals.”

Increased Security and reduced environmental impact are two of the benefits of Print Anywhere, which minimizes paper consumption by not releasing a print job until the user arrives at the MFD. Print Anywhere prevents users from leaving jobs for hours before picking them up—or never picking them up at all. “The result is less wasted paper and consumables and improved security as potentially confidential documents will not sit in an output tray for hours,” says John Gilbert, Senior VP of International Business Development at nQueue.

InfoRoute scan technology will allow the firm to automatically capture, process and deliver scans directly from their multi-function devices while simultaneously capturing cost information. Rosling King users will be able to automatically deliver scanned documents to selected destinations.

“By upgrading to nQueue’s embedded technology and adding Print Anywhere and InfoRoute, we are able to increase usability, productivity and security, all while reducing our environmental footprint,” added Mr. Walton at Rosling King. “These benefits, along with nQueue’s excellent customer service, which we had already been experiencing first hand, made this upgrade a very easy decision for the firm.”

For more information about nQueue please visit http://www.nQueue.com.

About nQueue
nQueue provides software-based information accountability solutions to more than 35 percent of the largest 250 law firms in the United States, seven of the top 20 in the U.K., seven of the largest 35 in Australia, and five of the Top 10 globally. The company’s Cost Recovery (BillBack) solutions assist firms by enhancing the automation and processing of any operational and administrative expenses, including print, copy, scan, phone, fax, travel, court fees, research, overnight, courier costs, credit card charges and more on an extremely powerful platform. Its Document Scanning & Routing (InfoRoute) solutions enable firms to capture, format, route and control scans to reduce costs associated with document retention and retrieval. All of nQueue’s software offerings work with and without cost recovery and can be embedded directly into multi-function devices or reside on tablet computers or terminals to provide clients with the knowledge required to run their businesses more profitably. nQueue is a wholly owned subsidiary of Reckon Limited and is the only truly global cost recovery company. To learn more about nQueue please visit http://www.nQueue.com.

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