Jun 30

nQueue Delivers Three Major Upgrades

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nQueue, the leading provider of cost recovery and document scanning and routing technology, today announced the release of iA Enterprise Platform version 3.0, iA Route version 3.3 and iA Workflow 2.0. All three are major upgrades and deliver substantially improved functionality over previous versions.

iA Enterprise Platform is the “engine” behind all iA products, with all captured data routed through it for cost recovery, reporting and routing to all leading document management systems. Version 3.0 includes significant security enhancements, patches some reported issues and adds new functionality.

iA Route powers nQueue’s powerful scan interface, iA Scan Manager, to allow firms to automatically capture, process and deliver scans directly from their multi-function devices while simultaneously capturing cost information, which can then be used to manage and control costs or recover costs from clients. iA Route automatically delivers scanned documents to a selected destination, such as network folder, email or document management system. Version 3.3 provides an improved QR code generator and additional speed enhancements. It also uses the newest version of the ABBYY FineReader optical character recognition software, revision 5.

iA Workflow provides electronic job submission and tracking. Version 2.0 is a significant improvement over version 1.0, with improved document management functionality and compatibility with OpenText eDocs electronic content management software.

“One of the commitments we make to our clients is to continuously improve our products and deliver the updated versions of our software at no cost under our Buy-It-Once Guarantee,” said Rick Hellers, President and CEO of nQueue. “We are pleased to be able to deliver meaningful enhancements that will make our clients more productive every day.”

For more information about nQueue or its Buy-It-Once Guarantee, please visit http://www.nQueue.com.

About nQueue

nQueue provides software-based information accountability solutions to more than 35 percent of the largest 250 law firms in the United States, seven of the top 20 in the U.K., seven of the largest 35 in Australia, and five of the Top 10 globally. The company’s Cost Recovery (BillBack) solutions assist firms by enhancing the automation and processing of any operational and administrative expenses, including print, copy, scan, phone, fax, travel, court fees, research, overnight, courier costs, credit card charges and more on an extremely powerful platform. Its Document Scanning & Routing (ScanRoute) solutions enable firms to capture, format, route and control scans to reduce costs associated with document retention and retrieval. nQueue’s software offerings, branded iA® for Information Accountability, can be embedded directly into multi-function devices or reside on tablet computers or terminals to provide clients with the knowledge required to run their businesses more profitably. nQueue is a wholly owned subsidiary of Reckon Limited and is the only truly global cost recovery company. To learn more about nQueue and iA, please visit http://www.nQueue.com.

Media Contact

Brad Blickstein for nQueue    

Blickstein Group, Inc.

Tel: +1 (847) 256-5298    

Email: brad(at)blicksteingroup(dot)com

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