PSIGEN Releases PSI:Fusion 1.2: Web-Based Capture Application

PSi:Fusion

PSIGEN Software, Inc., the leader in advanced document capture and scanning solutions, has announced the release of PSI:Fusion 1.2 . PSI:Fusion is a web-based capture application that provides organisations with a simple, efficient, and cost effective capture solution for the enterprise. The new release includes new features, tighter integration with PSI:Capture and overall performance enhancements.

PSI:Fusion provides a powerful solution to any organisation looking to streamline their MFP scanning and inbound fax processing. Through a web interface, users can view queued documents, enter document data, and quickly submit the documents to any of the 60-plus ECM repositories PSIGEN supports.

“PSI:Fusion has had great momentum over the past year, and all our initial deployments have been extremely successful. With both small business and enterprise versions, it allows small and large organizations to leverage an easy to deploy, browser-based application,” said Stephen Boals, V.P. of Sales. “This new version provides some key system enhancements, making the system easy to deploy and manage for our Enterprise customers.” Information and demonstration videos can be found at http://www.psigen.com.

Drive more business.  Reduce your labour costs.  Higher profits.  PSI:Capture from Datafinity.

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Datafinity delivers cost-effective, leading-edge, data capture and document management solutions for companies that need to improve the efficiency of business and document processes within their organisation.

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