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Enterprise Content Management Key to Business Growth, Improved Decision Making, and Better Business Outcomes, Epicor Research Finds

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Nearly 60 percent of businesses experiencing strong growth have an ECM solution, with 79 percent of stakeholders attributing better decision-making and greater operational visibility as some of ECM’s best benefits Enterprise content management (ECM) supports improved decision-making and better business outcomes, with ECM-enabled organizations achieving greater business growth than companies who lack ECM. This was one of the key findings of new global business research[1] from Epicor Software Corporation, a global provider of industry-specific enterprise software to promote business growth. In the survey of some 2,500 respondents in 14 countries, business professionals were asked how they manage access to corporate … Continue reading

Rapid Time to Value Award

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Congratulations to BWF Envirotec USA on winning the Rapid Time to Value Award, presented at Epicor Insights 2018. The Rapid Time to Value Award is part of the Epicor Customer Excellence Awards, which honor organizations that have successfully deployed Epicor solutions to achieve excellence in business efficiency, customer experience, and overall performance. BWF Envirotec USA is the U.S.-based partner of the world’s leading provider of high-quality filter media. Family owned and operated since 1989, the company is now part of a global network that spans 50 countries and produces more than 9,000,000 ready-to-install collector bags, liquid filter cloths, belts, and … Continue reading

RF-CUNY Reduces Bottlenecks and Increases Efficiency with DocStar ECM

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Eliminates paper burden, reduces costs, improves collaboration, and increases efficiency SCHENECTADY, NY – July 11, 2017  DocStar, an Epicor solution, today announced The Research Foundation of The City University of New York (RF-CUNY) is leveraging the DocStar Enterprise Content Management system to reduce paper burden, improve workflow, increase efficiency, and lower IT maintenance costs. RF-CUNY is a private, not-for-profit educational corporation chartered by the State of New York to serve The City University of New York (CUNY), the nation’s largest urban public university. The RF supports CUNY faculty and staff who have received external grants from government and private sponsors … Continue reading

Hospice of Marion County Focuses on Patient Care with DocStar Document Management

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ECM Allows Hospice of Marion County to Provide Better Patient-Based Care The Hospice of Marion County began in the early 1980s. They currently have four hospice houses as well as thrift stores and volunteer programs. Their headquarters are located in Ocala, FL. The Hospice’s recent growth has led to stacks of document boxes, mostly filled with invoices, in the finance department. The mass of paper files make audits “painful,” says Holly Shepardson, IT Security Officer at the Hospice of Marion County. The existing storage was inefficient and made the all forms of handling paper extremely difficult. The Hospice chose DocStar ECM to … Continue reading

Annaly Capital Management Finds High Returns with Digital Content Management Platform from DocStar

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Investment In Document Management Pays Off—In More Ways Than One Founded in 1997 as a real estate investment trust (REIT), Annaly Capital Management is a leading mortgage REIT listed on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE: NLY). Annaly’s principal business objective is to generate net income for distribution to shareholders through the prudent selection and management of our investments. Since inception, Annaly has paid over $13 billion in dividends to shareholders. Annaly was bogged down by all the paper needed to manage their vast portfolio. Routing was done manually and the physical signatures required often took days to track down. Invoices were … Continue reading