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ProfitStars announces document scanning service

NationalMortgageProfessional.com
Jul 30, 2009

ProfitStars, a division of Jack Henry & Associates Inc. that provides performance-improving solutions for financial institutions and diverse corporate entities, has announced the availability of its Enterprise Conversion Solutions (ECS) Document Capture Solutions. This document scanning service converts paper-based files into convenient, easily accessible document images. This turnkey service is performed by experienced professionals who scan documents at customer sites or at secure ProfitStars scanning centers using state-of-the-art scanning technology to capture and import files into businesses’ existing document imaging systems. The paper documents can be shredded or re-filed, and document scanning projects can be performed as one-time or ongoing engagements depending on customer preference. Converting paper-based documents into electronic images improves staff efficiency by replacing manual searches through paper-based files with the ability to retrieve imaged documents almost immediately with just a few mouse clicks. It generates measurable cost savings by leveraging businesses’ previous investments in document imaging solutions and eliminating the ever-increasing storage and floor space requirements for paper files. Converting paper-based documents to images also improves security by enforcing the access controls established with existing imaging platforms and applying retention policies to enterprise-wide documents. The ECS Document Capture Service is compatible with Jack Henry & Associates’ Synergy Enterprise Content Management platform and other third-party document imaging and accounting solutions. According to David Foss, president of ProfitStars, “Today, more than ever, businesses are looking for specific ways to operate more efficiently and more cost-effectively. Our new ECS Document Capture Service accomplishes these fundamental goals with tangible operational improvements and measurable cost savings. We expect this new service, which leverages our proven technology and ECS’s more than 10 years of experience in the heavily regulated financial industry, will generate immediate interest among financial institutions and in other vertical markets that are inherently paper-intensive like the healthcare and legal fields. We believe our scanning service is a natural extension of our enterprise conversion solutions and is another specialized ProfitStars offering that has significant sales potential in the traditional and nontraditional markets we serve.” The ECS Document Capture Service is the latest addition to ProfitStars’ Enterprise Conversion Solutions, which have been used by approximately 1,000 financial institutions to convert images and data from antiquated check imaging, document imaging, reporting, and signature card solutions to state-of-the-art, more cost-effective platforms. For more information, visit www.profitstars.com.
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