Kensington, MD (PRWEB) July 19, 2016
Today, Infolinx System Solutions™, a leading provider of enterprise physical records management software, announced the implementation of Infolinx WEB™ hosted on Microsoft Azure™ Cloud Services at Broward College. The oldest and largest institution of higher learning within Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, ranks fifth nationally among four-year institutions in awarding associate degrees.
The implementation of Infolinx WEB will provide the college’s human resource department with state-of-the-art tracking of over 3,400 employee files. Designed and installed by Infolinx reseller FileSolve, the College has coupled an enterprise-class application with local, knowledgeable, dependable support.
“Infolinx has a very user-friendly interface encouraging rapid end-user buy in, improving accuracy and efficiency” said Carlos Jimenez, File Solve. “We have also been able to provide fully-customizable color labels designed to meet their requirements thanks to Infolinx WEB’s seamless integration with LabelsAnywhere™.”
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.
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