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iPath:Imaging for Sharepoint

by NteliPath Inc.

Organizations continue to be faced with a large volume of paper documents that need to be processed and managed in the course of doing daily business. By transforming these paper documents into electronic formats within the organization’s content management solution, significant benefits can be recognized including reduced business operating costs, optimization of the decision making process, enhanced customer service and employee productivity, and enhanced information governance.

NteliPath document imaging product suite, iPath:Imaging, extends and enhances the out-of-the-box MOSS 2007, SharePoint 2010, and SharePoint Online capabilities by providing comprehensive image management and storage services, on-demand document scanning, advanced document viewing with comprehensive annotation and redaction capabilities, and document conversion capabilities including TIIF to searchable PDFs from within intranet and internet environments.

iPath:Imaging provides advanced Image management and storage services that minimize image movement which is often the reason for performance degradation as the image volume and retrieval requests increase. Its document image and object server provides the capabilities to ingest very large volumes of objects in a variety of formats including single page and multi-page TIFF into a highly scalable content repository. Multiple servers supporting multiple permanent storage sub-systems (NAS, SAN, optical Jukeboxes, etc.) can be deployed within the organization thus providing a highly scalable and distributed environment. Content stored in the iPath:Imaging repository continues to be accessed and managed by SharePoint 2007, SharePoint 2010, or SharePoint Online ECM functions and controls.

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