-- Treeno Offers New Solution to Harness Business Intelligence --
PORTSMOUTH, N.H. - Sep 12, 2012 - Businesses are increasingly turning to electronic document management systems but the challenge is digitizing existing paper records. For some businesses, with years' worth of documents the task can seem insurmountable. However, Treeno Software, today introduced a solution that quickly and efficiently turns paper documents into valuable electronic files.
The new Treeno Rapid Document Archive (RDA) solution works in concert with Treeno Software's Electronic Document Management (EDM) system, which is widely deployed throughout North America in a variety of industries. Customers can now easily turn years of paper documents into accurately filed electronic files. Automated barcodes ensure that scanned documents are classified and routed to specific folders. The Treeno Rapid Document Archive solution is seeing quick adoption in the digital conversion of employee records in the Human Resources department. The Treeno RDA is also helping medical and social service organizations to create a secure digital archive of patient files and client records.
Treeno’s comprehensive Electronic Document Management system is distinguished by the simplicity in which it empowers businesses with comprehensive control over all critical documents and information. Browserbased, the powerful 4th-generation application enables any number of departments or individuals to easily access and manage every document and image that businesses depend on.
“Businesses understand the value of electronic document systems today but it’s the years of past paper that can hold significant challenges – and opportunities,” said Steve Tentindo, President, Treeno Software. “Years worth of paper records represents untapped business intelligence, not to mention costly storage, lost efficiency and security issues. Treeno’s Rapid Document Imaging Archive mitigates human error and streamlines the entire process, regardless of whether there are hundreds of paper documents or millions.”
Treeno Rapid Document Archive Solution Streamlines Bulk Conversion of Paper Docs
In Illinois, one initial customer, PCC Community Wellness Center, has already turned over two million pages into electronic patient files. PCC, a network of nine community health care facilities, needed a better system to manage their paper records and ensure access throughout their network.
“By simply uploading our patient database, the Treeno system automatically created electronic patient folders and enabled us to input over 2 million paper files,” said Akintunde Littlejohn, IT manager and HIPPAA Security Officer of PCC Wellness Center. “Now our entire network has easy access to every record, a secure database and a superior audit trail.”
Treeno Software is focused exclusively on electronic document management development. It entered the market in 2002 with one of the first browser-based systems and offers both cloud-based and local server installation options. This spring, the Company released Treeno EDM 4.0, the fourth generation of its popular solution. Treeno’s customers span an array of industries including, banking and finance, healthcare, education, manufacturing and others. The Company has a number of strategic alliance partners and a select network of resellers nationwide.
About Treeno Software
Established in 2002, Treeno Software is a leader in the Enterprise Document Management (EDM) industry. Treeno Software was one of the industry’s first to embrace cloud computing with the Treeno EDM Cloud (SaaS) and to provide web-based solutions offering secure global mobile access. Based in Portsmouth, NH, Treeno Software provides their customers with operational workflow efficiencies and measureable return on investment (ROI) through the fast installation and implementation of their fully secure, highly reliable, and easy-to-use, web-based Enterprise Document Management (EDM) Software Solution. For information, visit www.treenosoftware.com; call: 800-528-5005 or email: email@example.com.
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