Image Access Corporation Joins Clearview Authorized Partner Network

Clearview Software-known as a market leader for its fresh, new approach to Enterprise Content Management (ECM)-announces the addition of Image Access Corporation to the Clearview Authorized Partner Network. Under the terms of the partnership agreement, Image Access Corporation, which has provided document image capture, workflow, and storage solutions for more than 20 years, has incorporated Clearview into their solution portfolio as a premiere Content Management solution provider.

“We are excited that Image Access Corporation joined the Clearview Authorized Partner Network,” said Steven Leichtman, senior vice president of Clearview Software. “The combination of their extensive ECM experience and the robust nature of Clearview ECM will provide their customers with a powerful solution to meet business requirements today and well into the future.”

With the advanced ECM functionality of Clearview, organizations can intelligently store and manage their business information, files, and documents. Together with Image Access Corporation, Clearview will continue to leverage document management to eliminate storage issues and assist organizations with their audit and compliance efforts to ensure proper archival of critical business information.

“With the progression of SharePoint in the ECM market, we feel that Clearview sees the big picture, and provides a product that truly elaborates on the characteristics of historical document management services, and exploits its ability to live and breathe as a natural part of the SharePoint ecosystem,” said Image Access President, John Cassidy.

“Image Access has been providing document imaging and content management solutions for over 20 years. Our ability to respond to market demands with solutions around SharePoint, allows us to position Clearview in a way that can add value to the untapped potential in every organization’s document-centric processes.”


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