FileSolve Introduces Document Automation Factory

CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- FileSolve, a division of Patterson Pope and leading provider of information governance solutions, today introduces Document Automation Factory. This customizable tool set helps organizations or departments moving to a digital, paperless environment to extract critical data in a way that is usable within business critical business processes, and provides a greater level of insight to help companies make sound business decisions.

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Businesses operating in today's highly competitive global market and digital world produce a vast quantity of information, often unstructured, originating from many sources -- from email to mail, data to images. The efficacy of critical business systems, such as accounting, human resources, electronic health records (EHR), enterprise resource planning (ERP), electronic content management (ECM), and customer relationship management (CRM) depends on clean, structured data . With the Document Automation Factory, organizations can harness the value inherent in data in a structured way that supports growth and operational success.

"Whether paper- or digital-based, business information is highly complex. Information processing and governance solutions must support existing information systems for strategic planning," said Peter Ransome, president, FileSolve. "Our Document Automation Factory takes out the guesswork and inaccuracies inherent in most data extraction processes, to produce structured data that is immediately usable. Managing information accurately is essential to improving outcomes and financial performance regardless of the industry or department."

Critical data such as payments (checks, electronic format), applications, claims, legal documentation, invoices, loans, etc. can now be processed and managed in a way that is delivered rapidly to the business applications with high degrees of accuracy and at the lowest possible cost. The Document Automation Factory fulfills legal obligations for compliance, retention, and security, and adheres to HIPAA, PCI, FERPA, and others.

Highly customizable, the Document Automation Factory allows customers to master their information challenges by improving outcomes and meaningful use, eliminating errors, speeding cash flows for greater financial performance, and reducing costs.

According to Tommy Benstan, vice president of customer success, Verian, "FileSolve's Document Automation Factory perfectly complements our company's strategic vision. It converts our clients' documents so the headache of unstructured data is a thing of the past, allowing our clients to achieve the maximum ROI for our platform."

The Document Automation Factory easily and fully integrates with all industry leading enterprise and departmental electronic health records (EHR) and enterprise resource planning (ERP) platforms including Documentum, Epic, Hyland OnBase, JD Edwards, Open Text, Oracle, SharePoint, SAP and many more. The result is high speed, accurate digital information delivered directly into the business process.

Pricing and Availability

FileSolve's Document Automation Factory is available now directly from FileSolve as a cloud-based system or running on-site to migrate data directly to an organization's enterprise system. The solution is custom tailored and deployed in under 30 days. Additional product information is available at http://filesolve.com/deployed-solutions/document-automation-factory/.

About FileSolve
A leading provider of information governance solutions, FileSolve, is a division of Patterson Pope and headquartered in Charlotte, N.C. FileSolve's electronic content management (ECM) and business process outsourcing solutions and services address enterprise wide, complex document management needs. The company has served healthcare, commercial/industrial, financial, higher education, and government industries for over 40 years.