K-State’s use of ImageNow software, now renamed Perceptive Content, was featured in a recent article on Perceptive Software’s website, “Kansas State University: a DIY approach to expansion on campus“.
K-State’s “train-the-trainer” approach has helped save funds and allows departments to focus their dollars on licensing and scanners, said Rhiannon Englert, ImageNow systems specialist in the Office of Information Systems.
K-State has been using Perceptive Content software since 2002 to eliminate paper files, improve efficiencies, and improve business processes by leveraging organized and secure electronic-document storage and workflow. The software was first adopted at K-State by the offices of Admissions, Financial Assistance, Human Resources (now Human Capital), and the Office of the Registrar.
Other departments are now seeing the benefits and requesting use of ImageNow (Perceptive Content). For more information, contact Rhiannon Englert, email@example.com.