Terrapin Adds SAFEView Services to Cloud Portfolio
March 10, 2011 - News
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CHANNEL PARTNERS — Cloud services master agency Terrapin Solutions has partnered with document management company SAFEView and the two are pushing an “aggressive" channel initiative as a result.

SAFEView scans, tags, indexes and stores documents, plus it can archive and retrieve any type of file, including X-rays, voice mail and video. Each step takes place digitally so businesses don’t have to rely on paper storage. SAFEView’s products also meet federal and state standards for digital document archiving, an important consideration for medical or financial companies.

Because of those capabilities, Terrapin now sells SAFEView services without the need for an on-premises server. Andrew Pryfogle, president and CEO of Terrapin, said speed is just one of the benefits.

“The ‘aha!’ moment for me was when I scanned a six-page contract, tagged and indexed it in the database, all 100 percent secure in the cloud, accessible from anywhere – in about 40 seconds," Pryfogle said. “Like most businesses, I scan important documents everyday. Our customers are going to be thrilled with the speed and accessibility of SAFEView in the cloud."

Agents may see SAFEView in action next week at the Cloud Services Coalition exhibit (Booth #1529) at the Spring 2011 Channel Partners Conference & Expo. Terrapin will have more details on its incentives for SAFEView sales at that time.

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