Archive Systems Announces New Senior Vice President of Product Development

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Jim Farrell brings over 20 years experience in the enterprise software industry.

I am excited to have Jim join us as we continue to experience record growth at Archive Systems. We have worked together at Hyperion Software, and I'm looking forward to his contributions as he further develops our ASPEN platform

Archive Systems, a leading provider of document and records management services, today announced the appointment of Jim Farrell as Senior Vice President of Product Development. He brings more than 20 years of enterprise software development experience.

Farrell is focused on further developing the ASPEN platform to enable companies to more effectively manage their documents. He will also oversee support, documentation, QA, and implementation. “I am excited to join the Archive Systems’ team as we help organizations cross the bridge to the paperless future. This is accomplished through our integration of technology and traditional records management services. It’s this technology investment that sets us further apart from other providers in our ability to better manage information,” said Farrell.

Prior to joining Archive Systems, Mr. Farrell held Vice President & Director positions in Product Development, R&D, and Product Management for organizations including Gomez, IBM, Rational Software, AXS-One, NeuVis, Hyperion Software, and McHugh Software. He has diverse industry experience including development of: model-driven RAD development tools, archiving technologies, Web performance monitoring, transportation management systems, and shipping manifest systems.

“I am excited to have Jim join us as we continue to experience record growth at Archive Systems. We have worked together at Hyperion Software, and I’m looking forward to his contributions as he further develops our ASPEN platform,” stated Gordon Rapkin, CEO of Archive Systems.

About Archive Systems, Inc.
Archive Systems delivers products and services that enable organizations to manage paper and digital documents. The company provides a bridge to a paperless future by uniting traditional records management services with cloud-based Virtual File Room technology.

Records management services range from physical business records storage and secure document shredding to digital document conversion services and on-demand virtual file delivery. Archive Systems’ flagship document management platform, ASPEN, automates and optimizes complex document-based processes, and manages the flow of work throughout an organization.

Additional ASPEN Virtual File Room applications support document centric areas such as human resources, vendor management, and contract and lease management. These technologies, combined with Archive Systems’ document services, capture, store, route, and archive documents online – improving efficiency and accuracy while lowering costs.

Archive Systems is changing the way the world manages documents. For more information, please visit http://www.archivesystems.com.

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