IMR Announces Partnership with Captiva; Alchemy Integrates with FormWare for Faster Capture and Complete Document Management.Business Editors
DENVER--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Feb. 28, 2000
IMR IMR - Internet Monthly Report , Inc., the world leader in information asset management software solutions, today announced a strategic alliance and co-operative marketing agreement with Captiva, the leader in high-end electronic forms processing and document capture software.
Providing leading image, storage retrieval and access systems for the creation and management of document databases, IMR recently released the Alchemy Application Programming Interface solution (API), which enables easy integration with Captiva's FormWare, as well as other business applications and document management systems.
Under the agreement, Captiva will utilize IMR's API to tightly integrate FormWare with IMR's Alchemy system resulting in a simple, effective document capture, storage and retrieval product. The FormWare software will provide document scanning, image enhancement See image editing. , image and data quality assurance, and data capture. The integrated solution will enable users to substantially reduce the cost of indexing documents stored on CD, DVD DVD: see digital versatile disc.
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"Captiva has a leading position in the high-volume forms capture market. IMR is a leading vendor of document management solutions in the mid-range production imaging market. Both markets require robust capture applications which this partnership enables us to provide," said Tony Caputo, vice president of sales at Captiva. "The new IMR API architecture allows us to create a seamless integration An addition of a new application, routine or device that works smoothly with the existing system. It implies that the new feature or program can be installed and used without problems. Contrast with "transparent," which implies that there is no discernible change after installation. for more efficient capture, storage and retrieval of documents. End-users will benefit from this pairing through easier implementation and one standard interface."
"Our alliance with Captiva supports our mission to document and archive-enable other applications through the Alchemy API Toolkit," said Robert Clark There are several people by the name of Robert Clark:
With headquarters in Englewood, Colorado Englewood is a city in Arapahoe County, Colorado, USA. As of 2005, the city is estimated to have a total population of 32,350. It is part of the Denver-Aurora Metropolitan Area. , and European operations in London, England, IMR was founded in 1992 and pioneered the development of portable self-contained document databases. Today, IMR is a leader in integrated information asset management solutions with expertise in storage, content and access management software. With 5,000 installations at companies around the world, including industry leaders such as First Data Corp., MCI (1) (Media Control Interface) A high-level programming interface from Microsoft and IBM for controlling multimedia devices. It provides commands and functions to open, play and close the device.
(2) (Microwave Communications Inc. WorldCom, Chase Manhattan Bank The Chase Manhattan Bank, now part of JPMorgan Chase, was formed by the merger of the Chase National Bank and the Bank of the Manhattan Company in 1955. The bank is headquartered in New York City. and Boeing, IMR has a suite of information asset management products, such as Alchemy, Alchemy Web Server, Scan2CD and DataGrabber. IMR has strategic relationships with industry pacesetters and storage leaders such as Captiva, Pivotal Corporation, JVC JVC Victor Company of Japan (or Japan's Victor Company)
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JVC Jonker-Volgenant-Castanon , Fujitsu and others. For more information about IMR and its products visit www.imrgold.com or contact IMR at (303) 689-0022, e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Captiva Software Captiva Software is now part of EMC Software Group, a division of EMC Corporation. Captiva makes software solutions for document information processing and data capture from paper and electronic documents and provides related services. Corporation is the leading provider of information capture software. Since 1989, the company's award-winning products have been used to manage business-critical information from forms, documents and electronic data streams into the enterprise in a more accurate, timely and cost-effective manner. These products automate the processing of more than 5 billion forms and documents annually, converting their contents into information that is usable in database, document-management and Internet-publishing systems. Captiva's technology serves more than 25,000 users in financial services, healthcare, insurance, government, legal and other markets. Captiva is privately held with headquarters in San Diego, CA. For more information, please visit www.captivasoftware.com.
Alchemy, DataGrabber, 2CD, Scan2CD and CAD2CD are registered trademarks of Information Management Research, Inc. All other brand or product names are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective holders.
Captiva and FormWare are trademarks of Captiva Software Corporation.