U.S. Subsidiary of Global Pharmaceutical Company Upgrades to Infolinx...

Kensington, MD (PRWEB) February 27, 2014

Infolinx System Solutions™,[1] a leading provider of enterprise physical records management software, announced the upgrade to Infolinx WEB™ version 3.3 by a global pharmaceutical corporation located in the state of New Jersey in the United States.

Facilitating the full life-cycle tracking of product files related to the treatment of rare diseases, the upgrade adds new features within a solution built upon a contemporary, thin-client technology platform.

In addition to integrations with solutions such as Microsoft SharePoint®, Laserfiche® Records Manager, Kofax® Capture, Iron Mountain Connect™ and oneilBridge™, the Infolinx WEB 3.3 application boasts a completely redesigned, browser agnostic application interface, expanded records request capability, improved reporting functionality, and an extended security model. These, and other sophisticated features, continue to enable Infolinx clients to comply with ever-increasing regulatory obligations.

About Infolinx®
Infolinx System Solutions is a leading provider of DoD5015.2-certified enterprise physical records management software. Full life-cycle records management for archives, records centers, and file rooms includes integrated Enterprise Content Management, third-party warehouse integration, robust searching, online requesting, complete audit history, location reconciliation, supply item ordering, retention schedule and legal holds management, integrated RFID technology, space management with charge-back functionality, extensive reporting capability, advanced security configuration, workflow email notifications, and legacy data sharing. Available as an on-premises or cloud-based solution, Infolinx maintains clients within all major business segments and the public sector. Infolinx System Solutions Demo.[2][3]


  1. ^Infolinx System Solutions™, (www.infolinx.com)
  2. ^Infolinx System Solutions (www.infolinx.com)
  3. ^Infolinx System Solutions Demo. (www.infolinx.com)
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