ReadSoft commended in prestigious European Awards

ReadSoft has been commended in the Information Management 2004 awards, the premier European recognition of excellence and innovation in the management of business information.

ReadSoft DOCUMENTS, a complete platform for document automation, was commended in the Document Management Product category for the most exciting and innovative new document management products. ReadSoft picked up the commendation ahead of 12 other finalists, and was also a short-listed finalist in the overall Product of the Year category.

The IM2004 awards recognise organisations who have demonstrated the vision and skills to develop ground-breaking, innovative products and they publicly acknowledge industry leadership, said Colin Kaye, ReadSoft UKs managing director. The launch earlier this year of the ReadSoft DOCUMENTS platform represents a major leap forward for our company and we are delighted that this has been recognised by such a prestigious European award.

The IM2004 award follows ReadSofts recent announcement on UK expansion, which reflects ReadSofts global growth this year. The launch and roll-out of ReadSoft DOCUMENTS, as well as ongoing demand for our existing products for invoice and forms automation, are opening up exciting new opportunities that will enable us to help customers in a wide range of markets to radically improve business efficiency through leading-edge document automation, added Colin Kaye.

ReadSoft DOCUMENTS is a complete platform for document automation. It can read all types of documents, handle them in a single streamlined process that can be integrated with customers ERP or other systems and archive and forward the processed data electronically. The platform is based on five modules which form an end-to-end concept, from input to output and incorporates pre-configured Business Solutions which automate the processing of specific document types, such as invoices and structured forms, as well as business applications such as mailroom, easy EDI and indexing.

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