Automated approvals

Compulink Management Center Inc. of Long Beach, Calif., released Version 7.1 of Laserfiche Agenda Manager. 'This software models any item approval process,' said product manager Alex Wilson. It is particularly suited for creating public meeting agendas, onerous documents usually produced manually by city clerks. The software formats and publishes the agenda in Microsoft Word and routes it through the workplace. It can be operated via a Web browser and has a baseline price of $15,000.


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