Canon USA, Inc., provider of digital imaging solutions, has announced the launch of Therefore™ Online, a cloud-based version of their information management solution which assists organisations in developing the storage, management and processing of electronic and scanned documents.
Customers of Therefore™ Online receive all the functionality and benefits of the on-premise version, Therefore™ Enterprise, but without the need to invest in extra IT infrastructure, support and personnel. The new cloud-based version is available on an annual subscription, with no limit to the number of users, and provides workflow capabilities that are scalable and can help to improve business processes, as well as data that is stored and backed-up via an Internet connection.
Key benefits include:
• Information capture, either via a document scanner or directly uploading electronic content that can be classified, indexed and archived.
• Find & Edit using Therefore™ Navigator to allow users to quickly find information, and Therefore™ Viewer to view, edit and check in/out documents.
• Security provided in a highly protected environment, offering comprehensive controls over document access.
• Worksflows enabled by Therefore™ Workflow for automating information routing and flow throughout an organisation.
• Mobility providing remote access using Therefore™ Web Access via popular web browsers to allow users to search and view documents, and participate in workflows, via their mobile devices.
• Integration with numerous applications, solutions and programs, and third-party scanning solutions, and with Windows desktop via Therefore™ Gadget.
Junichi Yoshitake, Senior Vice President and General Manager, Business Imaging Solutions Group, Canon USA, said: “Therefore™ Online allows customers to implement a robust information management solution without large upfront costs or ongoing IT overhead, which can help reduce capital expenses and provide a clear total cost of ownership. Therefore™ Online is also idea for small and medium-sized businesses whom are now able to access technologies commonly used by larger corporations.”