Crawford Technologies Brings Down the Printing Costs by Introducing its Latest Archiving Solution
FREMONT, CA: Crawford Technologies, a provider of archive management solutions, has come up with its latest archiving solution, PRO Archiver for Alfesco, a provider of modern enterprise content management software.
PRO Archiver is integrated with Alfresco‘s enterprise content management system. It digitizes humongous amounts of customer account information, which helps the organizations to save millions of dollars in printing costs. The information can instantly be accessed by customers online.
A survey by AIIM shows that merely 32 percent of organizations provide digital online access to customer communications, with 53 percent having no customer access to digital communications at all.
“Today, customer demand for instant access to account information requires organizations to re-evaluate the way they manage customer information,” says Tim Nelms, Archiving Business Unit Lead, Crawford Technologies.
“Customer information often is stored across a costly and incompatible array of systems, even in costly print format. PRO Archiver for Alfresco offers companies a path forward using today’s only modern enterprise content management platform, so they can adopt a simpler, modern, and more nimble method of managing customer information that leverages their investment in Alfresco,” adds Nelms.
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