Laserfiche is an enterprise content management system (ECM).
The first version of Laserfiche was released in 1987. It was the first Microsoft-based document imaging system in the world.
Laserfiche is highy rated by most experts. Info-Tech Research Group rated Laserfiche as it as one of the top products in its category. They said, “The records management based tools and long history of working with large governmental organizations makes Laserfiche a key ECM vendor in highly regulated industries.” Forrester Research, in a recent report stated: “Laserfiche offers strong transactional content services — workflow, forms, capture, and robotic process automation. Its template and design tools give users flexibility; they can tailor apps for specific needs.” Nucleus Research “found that Laserfiche delivered a high degree of functionality that allowed users to benefit from greater productivity and fewer errors in their document management.”
Laserfiche has had great success in the state and local government sectors. It is used in over one thousand cities across the country. Texas A&M has over thirty thousand users and is used across most of the functional units of the university.
But, Laserfiche is not strictly for large organizations. It is also ideal for small organizations that need only a few users.