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frevvo Live Forms with Enterprise Content Management from Digitech Systems

As businesses continue to rely more and more heavily on technology, the need to effortlessly create web forms and collect data has become increasingly important. But how can a business accomplish this is the most cost-effective and efficient way possible?

The Solution: Pairing frevvo Live Forms, a powerful, 100% web-based software, with Enterprise Content Management (ECM) from Digitech Systems. Integrating the two systems allows the end-user to simplify data entry and storage process, giving customers the ability to import and manage forms and associated data within a secure and compliant environment.

1) Create Web Forms

  • Increased speed
  • Reduced errors
  • Automatically collect web form submission data
  • Lower costs

2) Easily Manage Data and Information

  • Securely store, manage or retrieve forms
  • Also manage email, paper, electronic files, print streams and more
  • Reduce the cost of content management
  • Automated document routing, email management and more
  • Better track records
  • Simplify disaster recovery

“Businesses are increasingly looking for ways to receive data via online forms,” said one CEO. “The combination of frevvo LiveForms with PaperVision Enterprise or ImageSilo is a great solution we’ve started offering our customers. The easy integration makes the process painless, and our customers are seeing financial and time-saving benefits from the start.”

If you would like to learn more about frevvo Live Forms with Enterprise Content Management from Digitech Systems, please contact Micro Records Company, Inc. by calling 877-410-SCAN or visit!

Our records management system can turn every paper document you have into an electronic file, organized any way you want. You can retrieve the information you need whenever you need it, even from a remote location via the internet. And when you need a document, a stored image of that document can be printed out any time.

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