Softdocs Continues Cloud Acceleration with the Addition of 74 Institutions to its Etrieve Solution on the Microsoft Azure Platform
Softdocs, an education-focused provider of document management, electronic forms and workflow automation solutions, today announced the addition of 74 new educational institutions to its cloud environment in 2020, including 38 migrations from legacy ECM systems. With disruption sweeping the education space, and fueling institutions’ efforts towards operational transformation, Softdocs continued in its mission to design, develop and deliver cloud ECM solutions for institutions to leverage in simplifying business processes and supporting the experience provided to students and staff.
“As institutions have responded to recent disruption, we’ve seen thorough review of key processes and systems—including legacy enterprise content management—as well as a faster pace in shifting on premise deployments to the cloud,” said Mike Murphy, President and Chief Executive Officer of Softdocs. “
Over the last twelve months, we’ve worked with institutions across higher education and K-12 to digitize records, processes and forms through our Etrieve platform, in the process completing dozens of client ECM migrations and adding 74 new institutions to the Softdocs Cloud Community.”
Architected for the cloud and use by the education space, Softdocs’ Etrieve platform combines content management, electronic forms and workflow functionality into an easily scalable, integrated ECM experience for every end user—whether on campus or online and working remotely.
For institutions seeking to digitize time-intensive processes, paper forms and piles of records, Etrieve provides a cloud-based content repository to complement its dynamic, mobile-friendly e-forms and process automation tools. However, Etrieve does also allow institutions to integrate the platform with an already-deployed content repository—a beneficial feature for institutions seeking to quickly stand up electronic forms and workflow automation in key areas with urgent need.