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|Industry||Software, Enterprise Content Management, Document Management, Business Process Automation|
|Headquarters||Long Beach, California|
Laserfiche is privately owned software company based in Long Beach, CA, United States, that offers enterprise content management and automated form processing software for businesses. Laserfiche has offices in Canada, Panama, United Kingdom, Hong Kong and Shanghai.
Nien-Ling Wacker came up with the concept for a PC-based and searchable full-text index document management system when working with a client that needed litigation support for a large volume of documents in the early 1980s. During this experience, Wacker observed how paralegals had only a limited number of predetermined keywords to use to search a database containing thousands of pages of depositions.
The first version of Laserfiche was released in 1987 and was a Dos-based document imaging system that used commercial off-the-shelf components like Kurzweil OCR boards, Cornerstone graphics monitors and Kofax scanner interface boards.
Laserfiche has been profitable since 1994 and is reported to be growing at a sustainable rate.
Laserfiche has two main product lines: Laserfiche Rio and Laserfiche Avante.
Laserfiche Rio is designed to meet the needs of large organizations that have more than 100 users. It combines content management functionality with business process management (BPM), security and auditing, unlimited servers and a thin-client interface. Add-ons include DoD 5015.2-certified records management functionality, public Web portals and production-level document capture and processing.
Laserfiche Avante is an ECM suite for small to medium organizations with fewer than 100 users. It combines content management with workflow tools that automate business processes. Built on the Microsoft platform, Laserfiche Avante allows users to drag and drop e-mails from Outlook® into Laserfiche.
• DoD 5015.2-certified records management functionality • Public web portals • Production-level document capture and processing • Laserfiche Mobile
Awards and Recognition
• The Stevie Awards for Women in Business o Company of the Year (2013) o Best New Business Product of the Year (2013) • Everything Channel: 5-star certification in annual Partner Program Guide (2009-2013) • 2013 Pearl Award Winner: Best Blog (2013) • Business Solutions Best Channel Vendors: ECM Software (2010)
- Document Management
- Enterprise Content Management
- Business Process Management
- Document Imaging
- Records Management