Schenectady, NY – Community support to the many organizations and businesses impacted by Hurricane Irene continues with the latest outreach from DocStar. The preeminent provider of award winning document management software has donated a new document management system to the village of Schoharie to aid in records recovery due to losses sustained from Hurricane Irene. That system is DocStar 3twelve.
“I think I speak on everyone’s behalf here in the village when I say thank you to the many groups and individuals for the outpouring of support we have received in the aftermath of Hurricane Irene,’ said Larry Caza, village trustee. “The document management system that was donated to us from DocStar could not have come at a better time. It will help us get back on our feet much sooner and we’ll be better equipped to serve the community.”
“One of the hallmarks of DocStar’s culture is our commitment to community support and service,” said Jeff Frankel, VP and Principal. “The impact that Hurricane Irene had on this community was devastating and we hope that our donation will, at the very least, not only get them up and running sooner, but will ensure that their documents are no longer susceptible to any type of disaster.”
The DocStar 3twelve system offers enhanced productivity, security and business continuity. Features include: automated document-driven workflows with instant access to critical documents anytime, anywhere; real-time checklists, automated alerts, storage redundancy, automated online backups; AuthentiDate (time-date-content stamping), secure access, and one-click email integration. DocStar’s central document repository provides unparalleled document acquisition, collaboration, protection, and responsiveness.
DocStar is a recognized leader of comprehensive and integrated document management solutions. DocStar allows instant access to documents and immediate cost savings while delivering ease of use, fast implementation, safety, and security.