New PSIGEN Partnership Gives Toshiba MFP Users Access to PSIGEN Data-Extraction Software

PSIGEN BannerToshiba America Business Solutions is partnering with PSIGEN Software, a software-development firm located in Boca Raton, Florida. Under the partnership, Toshiba will offer its end users PSIGEN’s flagship data-extraction software, PSI: Capture and PSI:Fusion.

By integrating PSIGEN’s software with Toshiba’s e-STUDIO MFPs, users will be able to extract data from scanned documents and export that data to more than 50 enterprise content management (ECM) and document-management systems. Toshiba notes that this will automate business workflow, as well as reduces paper consumption, and virtually eliminate manual entry of data. Upon capturing documents, PSIGEN’s software enables users to share information with internal departments to better streamline business processes.

PSIGEN’s software is currently being implemented in large and small companies such as Microsoft, Valerus, and Park Place Mattress. PSIGEN’s capture-and-workflow management software will be available through Toshiba’s nationwide network of direct and independent resellers.

“As our team is always on the lookout for solutions to improve our end users’ business processes, we continuously seek partners with leading and innovative offerings to help them meet this objective,” says Toshiba America Business Solutions Chief Marketing Executive Bill Melo. “Considering our mission to bolster customers’ business efficiencies while further improving their return on investment, we are pleased to align with PSIGEN.”

“Since the start of our relationship about six months ago, we have enjoyed the collaborative nature of our relationship and look forward to helping Toshiba’s customer base better streamline their workflow processes while also allowing their end users to operate in a more sustainable fashion,” says PSIGEN President, Bruce Hensley.  “While this is the first step in our partnership, we look forward to benefiting Toshiba’s array of end users in 2014 and beyond.”

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