Incline Village, NEV. (PRWEB) November 26, 2007
FileWorks (http://www.FileWorks.com), a document management software developer, today announced a partnership agreement with the Canadian Virtual Assistant Network (CVAN) (http://www.canadianva.net). The partnership introduces CVAN members to FileWorks' newest product, VAExchangeTM--an online document management system for virtual assistants.
VAExchangeTM is an online collaboration tool that provides virtual assistants and their clients with a virtual file cabinet and business productivity features. Virtual assistants can link to their clients' accounts at no additional charge. The company provides a free month trial at http://www.VAExchange.com.
"By collaborating online with their clients, virtual assistants are using the latest in security technology and online tools to build a more accessible and more profitable business," said Alan Shaw, CEO of FileWorks. "We are proud to support the virtual assistant community by providing VAExchange at a fraction of the cost that they and their clients would incur for in-house servers and networks."
CVAN founder Michelle Jamison said, "VAExchange is a unique tool because it addresses the need of the virtual assistant community to provide a secure environment where clients can deliver, store and collaborate on work assignments."
Virtual assistants benefit by using VAExchange's virtual file cabinet to share files and collaborate in a secure, protected environment, any time and anywhere they have an Internet connection. VAExchangeTM includes a growing suite of document management and collaboration tools, such as document notes, scanning software that stores documents directly in the account, instant notifications, electronic signatures and integrated online faxing.
VAExchangeTM helps virtual assistants and their clients feel confident that information and files are secured and protected to a level that most small businesses cannot afford. It is an essential step in the implementation of a comprehensive disaster protection plan.
Since 1997, FileWorks has provided secure enterprise content management solutions for regulated industries, such as healthcare, where data security is critical. iFile, the company's flagship product, is an enterprise-wide, scalable software and hardware solution for imaging and workflow that allows controlled, auditable user access to sensitive data. The new VAExchange website is a customized extension of the company's FileWorks OnlineTM document management and secure storage site developed for any size company without requiring the capital investment in servers and equipment. For more information, visit http://www.FileWorks.com.
CVAN was founded in January 2002 to be advocates for the virtual assisting profession and to promote unity and collaboration among virtual assistants by creating an interactive, social community based on sharing, supporting and continued learning. CVAN offers tools, resources, learning opportunities and support to the virtual assistant community, and provides opportunities for individuals to seek the service of virtual assistants.
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