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Research shows ECM solutions cut processing costs by 42%


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2014-08-15 16:52:12 - Recent survey findings from the AIIM survey “Process Revolution in Banking and Insurance 2014" reports that 41% of senior executives across the financial sector recognise the removal of manual paper processes as a crucial corporate objective for 2014.

Driven by the need to control exponentially increasing amounts of information, many organizations are leveraging Electronic Content Management (ECM) solutions to create order among content chaos.

The costs associated with creating, storing, searching for, retrieving, printing and copying files are growing at a phenomenal rate. According to leading market analysts Forrester each day 1 billion photocopies are made with the average document copied 19 times. AIIM predicts that organisations will reap a 42% saving in managing unstructured content by using an efficient ECM system.

SoftCo ECM automates document intensive business processes for leading organisations such as Generali PanEurope, CRH, AIB Group and C&C Group. SoftCo ECM manages end to end processes including Case and Document Management, HR, Claims processing

and Know your Customer (KYC).

It includes, StorLife, a unique software-only Content Addressed Storage (CAS) solution that simplifies the management and protection of critical information over its entire life cycle delivering assured WORM content authenticity.

“SoftCo ECM transforms how businesses manage, secure and share information” commented Robert Hickey, Consultant, SoftCo. “Organisations can address process challenges while simultaneously mitigating risks, improving collaboration and meeting compliance obligations.”

To learn more about SoftCo’s solutions visit www.softco.com/solutions





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Dublin 18

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Phone: 12942420
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Web: www.softco.com

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