Shawnee, Kan. — Perceptive Software announced the general availability of ImageNow 6.2, the latest version of the company's flagship document management, imaging and workflow software suite.
ImageNow is designed to further simplify business processes within insurance organizations by creating context for documents across the enterprise, with new features that improve usability, enhance integration, add scalability, and increase the business value of the solution and return on investment.
ImageNow has built a reputation of deploying quickly, with minimal disruption, within the customer's business environment, says the vendor. ImageNow 6.2 presses this advantage by introducing new features and enhancements that further its leadership in capturing and presenting content such as printed documents, emails, faxes, media files and other unstructured data in the context of business processes.
Perceptive Software President and CEO Scott Coons says, "Enhanced functionality was added without compromising the user-friendly interface, non-programmatic integration, ease of administration and cost-effective deployment options ImageNow users have come to expect. This major release furthers Perceptive Software's quest to engineer the complexity out of our enterprise content management software, making it even simpler to install, configure and expand."
Of the hundreds of new features in ImageNow 6.2, many came directly from the ImageNow user community. "ImageNow 6.2 was specifically designed to further improve business processes based on feedback from our customers—those who use ImageNow every day to create efficiencies in organizations around the world," Coons says.
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