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docSTAR® Dramatically Expands Cloud Content Management Software

docSTAR Eclipse™ Offers Freedom of Deployment, Affordability, Application Elegance, Mobility, Scalability and Speed

SCHENECTADY, N.Y., Nov. 15, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- docSTAR, a leading provider of document management and content productivity solutions, today announced that docSTAR's cloud content management solution Eclipse is now available for installation on the customer's hardware. 

docSTAR Eclipse is a powerful cloud content management system that delivers measurable savings. "Our Eclipse solution allows customers to achieve efficiency through the automation of business processes," said docSTAR CEO Tom Franceski. "In today's economic environment, business process automation is at the forefront of C-level strategies."

"docSTAR continues to demonstrate its commitment to innovative software design," said docSTAR CTO Greg Laird. "Eclipse is a sophisticated rules-based content management solution that is elegant and intuitive.  With this release we have added additional flexibility; customers can deploy the solution on-premises (private cloud) or hosted, their choice.  Either way users will benefit with secure anytime, anywhere access from nearly any device," continued Laird.

docSTAR Eclipse, available immediately, offers the following features:

Robust Content Management Services – The ability to capture, store, search, retrieve and view content in a feature-rich, secure environment.

Designed for the Web with Browser Access – All functions can be accessed via the browser using Mozilla Firefox, Microsoft Internet Explorer, Google Chrome or Apple Safari.

Mobility – Tablets like the Apple iPad and Android devices are supported as well as smartphones like the Apple iPhone or Android phones.

Capture – The ability to capture-to-archive or capture-to-process from a full-featured thin client.

Flexible User Access – Users can access the system concurrently, as named users for guaranteed access or any combination.

Speed – The solution offers a powerful, fast searching engine.

Business Process Management – A powerful, rules-based engine with a graphical workflow designer that offers the ability to automate any manual process.

Scalability – The solution can scale the needs of organizations of any size and adapt as your content management requirements change.

Freedom of Deployment – The solution can be deployed either on-premises (private cloud) or as a hosted service in the Cloud for an affordable monthly subscription.

To see a demonstration of docSTAR Eclipse, visit www.docSTAR.com.

About docSTAR
Founded in 1994, docSTAR®, a division of Astria Solutions Group, LLC, is an innovative software company that provides collaborative content management solutions to streamline business processes for organizations of any size. Their leading document management software, available either on-premises (private cloud) or as a hosted SaaS (software as a service), allows enterprises to gain control over documents, improve retention and increase efficiency. docSTAR integrates with almost any third party business application to improve effectiveness with core systems. Customer satisfaction is of the utmost importance and the company's customer support organization is consistently recognized for its quality and responsive level of service. Over 6,000 organizations depend on docSTAR from every industry including insurance, financial services, healthcare, real estate/property management, manufacturing, legal, non-profit, education, banking and financial institutions and the public sector. For additional information, please visit www.docstar.com.

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