Xerox Corporation (Norwalk, Conn.) has launched two new DocuShare content management products that the vendor claims will combat cost consuming paper-driven work processes.
Xerox's DocuShare Virtual Filing system reduces the need for physical filing cabinets and gives users immediate access to the information they require, the vendor claims. The system includes a document storage assessment, scanning technology, software, set-up and user training. Once paper archives are uploaded to the virtual filing system's drawers, documents can be searched by name, category and type, according to Xerox.
Xerox also released version 6.5 of its existing DocuShare solution. DocuShare can store more than 50 million documents, perform search queries within seconds and supports intake of up to one million imaged documents per day, the vendor says. DocuShare 6.5 is the software component of the Virtual Filing System package.
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