Westborough, MA – October 25, 2013 – etfile, a document management solution designed to empower paperless organizations, will be attending the Association of School Business Officials International (ASBO) 2013 Annual Meeting and Exposition, October 25-28, 2013, Hynes Convention Center in Boston. The company will be demonstrating the actual benefits schools receive from embracing on-line document management for file and email storage as well as access reporting features and security enhancements.
Underscoring the company’s offering, etfile will convey how Leicester Public Schools’ Administration Offices eliminated 50 years of paper by archiving older records, streamlined the filing of future documents and easily share all information across the entire school district of 1,900 students grades K-12. In addition, workflow processes provides a modular suite of capture, distribution, process management and integration tools that help the school system save time and labor in searching for files with increased efficiency and document security.
Summing up the benefits received from his use of the cloud-based document management solution, former superintendent of Leicester Public Schools, Paul Soojian stated: “With the new system in place, we are able to search by any key word to find a document—is a huge savings on labor and time. If a school record is needed for a legal hearing, it can easily be found with a few clicks and sent to the lawyer in matter of minutes – not hours.”
etfile empowers any educational institution with an affordable solution for document management and offers enterprise-level document management features with the scalability and simplicity.
“Educational institutions can eliminate labor intensive tasks of locating files in file cabinets and file storage rooms by securely safe-guarding files from natural or man-made hazards,” said Mark Linton, CEO of etfile. “With etfile, educational professionals have an option for an easy means to integrate document management into their daily workflow process with the security of streamlining file management.”