Captaris® Announces Availability of RightFax® Connector for Microsoft® Office SharePoint® Server 2007 and Captaris Single Click Entry

Story Highlights:



  • Creates a cost effective document capture solution for Microsoft® SharePoint® Server 2007

  • Captures document images from scanners, MFPs, fax and Microsoft applications

  • Enables document centric business process automation

  • Captaris Single Click Entry provides a cost effective alternative to keying from images

  • Populates line of business applications with extracted data



Bellevue, WA – January 30, 2008 – Captaris, Inc. (NASDAQ:CAPA), a leading provider of software products that automate document-centric business processes, today announced the availability of Captaris® RightFax® Connector for Microsoft SharePoint Server 2007 and Captaris Single Click Entry. The new technologies from Captaris populate document images into SharePoint libraries via input from MFPs, scanners or fax and automate the extraction of data to line of business applications.



The RightFax Connector for SharePoint instantly provides the most comprehensive document capture solution for importing images and index information. The connector enables routing of images and data into workflow processes and streamlines the secure distribution of document images.



To support users of the RightFax Connector in efficiently entering index information, Captaris’ new Single Click Entry product analyzes text, extracts data, and populates Web forms automatically. In addition, Captaris Single Click Entry extracts metadata from new image files posted in SharePoint libraries supporting incorporation of these images in enterprise search. Captaris Single Click Entry is available as a separately ordered product. A one-license trial is currently available with the purchase of RightFax Connector.



“The RightFax Connector provides SharePoint users with a cost-efficient capture solution to support secure document lifecycle management,” said Paul Yantus, Captaris executive vice president of Marketing and Product Development. “In addition, Captaris Single Click Entry provides a convenient and cost efficient solution for extracting index information from images for SharePoint and RightFax users.”



“RightFax and SharePoint users will greatly benefit from this new offering as Captaris and Microsoft customers instantly have access to automatically trigger and image-enable document centric business processes,” said Daniel Cheng, president of Process Fusion Inc – a Captaris Platinum Partner and a Microsoft Gold Certified Partner. “This tightly integrated solution along with the new Captaris Single Click Entry for extracting image metadata for index and search creates the number one image Capture solution for SharePoint.”



The Captaris RightFax Connector for SharePoint Server 2007 and Captaris Single Click Entry are now available through Captaris partners. For more information contact a Captaris partner, a Captaris sales representative, or visit www.captaris.com.



About Captaris, Inc.


Captaris, Inc. is a leading provider of software products that automate document centric business processes. Captaris specializes in document capture, recognition, routing, workflow, and delivery. Captaris integrated solutions provide interoperability with leading line of business applications and technology platforms. Captaris products include RightFax, Captaris Workflow, Alchemy, FaxPress, DOKuStar, RecoStar, Single Click Entry, and ID-Star which are distributed through a global network of leading technology partners. Captaris customers include the entire Fortune 100 and the majority of Global 2000 companies. Headquartered in Bellevue, Washington, Captaris was founded in 1982 and is publicly traded on NASDAQ Global Market under the symbol CAPA. www.captaris.com.



The following are registered trademarks and trademarks of Captaris: Captaris, Alchemy, RightFax and Captaris Workflow. FaxPress is a trademark of Castelle. RecoStar, DOKuStar, ID-Star and Single Click Entry are trademarks of Oce Document Technologies GmbH. All other brand names and trademarks are the property of their respective owners.