Texas A&M Engineering honored by Laserfiche


Texas A&M University’s Dwight Look College of Engineering was one of six organizations honored by Laserfiche for using its enterprise content management to improve productivity, innovate processes and achieve exceptional business results.

The Texas A&M University System selected Laserfiche to enhance the ability to share documents and workflows across the system’s 1,000-plus departments and units, and to reduce costs by eliminating redundant hardware and software systems.

The Look College used Laserfiche to automate the employee onboarding process, saving more than 2,000 hours a year.

The other organizations recognized were: Heifer International (Little Rock, Arkansas); First Foundation Bank (Irvine, California); Sanitation District #1 (Fort Wright, Kentucky); Frisco Independent School District (Frisco, Texas); and Olmsted County (Minnesota).

“At the heart of any enterprise transformation is a shift in business strategy along with technology to enable that change,” said Chris Wacker, CEO if Laserfiche. “From saving $10 million annually to giving sustainable development professionals more time to focus on providing meaningful programs to those in need, these six organizations have used Laserfiche to achieve truly remarkable results.”

For more on the winners, visit the Laserfiche website.