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Title: Document Imaging – Efficient Document Management

Datawatch and Laserfiche Partner to Enable World
Class ECM Analytics
Long Beach, CA, and Chelmsford, MA February 8,
2012  Laserfiche today announced
that Datawatch Corporation (NASDAQ-CMDWCH)  has
joined the Laserfiche Professional Developer
Partner (PDP) program, which provides customers
with access to a variety of third-party
integrations, configurations, plug-ins and Web
tools. Datawatchs Monarch Report Mining
Server (RMS) adds dynamic information and report
analytics functionality to Laserfiche
8.3. Organizations have embraced business
intelligence as a way to access, analyze and act
on core business data, but traditional business
intelligence works only with structured data in
relational databases, said Terry Kerans, general
manager, worldwide Monarch sales, Datawatch. 
Our integration allows organizations to analyze
all the rich data contained in Laserfichestructur
ed, semi-structured and loosely structured data
The integration will transform archived reports
into live, interactive, Web-enabled data without
the costly requirement for manual data entry.
Datawatch and Laserfiche joint customers will
leverage this integration to analyze reports,
statements, invoices, log files, PDF/XPS files,
ANSI/ASCII based text files, EDI reports,
XML/HTML files, mainframe data and more. Users
will have multiple options for viewing the data,
including HTML, Excel and PDF, among others.
Web-based analytics views of report data will be
generated by Monarch RMS based on user requests
through a Laserfiche interface. According to
IDC, data and analytics are a must have
competency for 2012, said Alex Wilson, Director
of the Laserfiche PDP program. Were delighted
to partner with Datawatch to provide our
customers with a robust framework for gaining
analytical insight into their content. About
Laserfiche Since 1987, Laserfiche has used its
Run Smarter philosophy to create simple and
elegant enterprise document management (ECM)
solutions. More than 30,000 organizations
worldwideincluding federal, state and local
government agencies and Fortune 1000
companiesuse Laserfiche software to streamline
document, records and business process management.
The Laserfiche ECM system is designed to give IT
managers central control over their information
infrastructure while still offering business
units the flexibility to react quickly to
changing conditions. The Laserfiche product suite
is built on top of Microsoft technologies to
simplify system administration, supports the
Microsoft SQL platform and features a seamless
integration with Microsoft Office applications
and a two-way integration with SharePoint. Laser
fiche distributes its document management
software through a worldwide network of
value-added resellers (VARs), who tailor
solutions to clients individual needs. The
Laserfiche VAR program has received the Five-Star
Rating from Computer Reseller News/VARBusiness
About Datawatch Corporation Datawatch
Corporation (NASDAQ-CM DWCH) empowers
organizations to transform the massive amounts of
valuable information that is trapped in static
reports, PDF files, HTML and other content-rich,
but difficult-to-use data sources, into a dynamic
information analytics system that accelerates and
improves decision-making throughout their
operations. Datawatchs technology allows its
more than 40,000 customers worldwide to leverage
the investments they have made in reports from
ERP, CRM and other custom applications into a
high performance analytic information system at a
fraction of the cost and time of traditional
approaches. Datawatch is headquartered in
Chelmsford, Massachusetts with offices in London,
Munich, Sydney and Manila, with partners and
customers in more than 100 countries worldwide.
For more information, visit