Laserfiche Rio enhances data management

Laserfiche announced the availability of its Rio enterprise content management software today.

Rio provides workflow automation, Web-based document management, audit trail tracking and optional Defense Department Directive 5015.2-certified records management that can unify content from disparate systems and formats, according to Laserfiche.

With Rio, organizations buy user licenses that range from $700 to $1,000 per user, based on the quantity purchased, the company said.

Organizations can use Rio's repositories to support backups, failover clusters, testing environments and multiple locations. They also can expand their systems by buying additional licenses.

Rio is built on a Microsoft platform and uses Microsoft tools, including Microsoft Management Console snap-ins, Windows Management Interface and the .NET framework. Rio also offers a seamless integration with Microsoft SharePoint, letting users work with both paper and electronic documents from a uniform interface.

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