​PaperFree specializes in helping customers automate and deploy a variety of information capture, content management, and strategic outsourcing solutions. Manage your information easily and efficiently throughout your enterprise.

What's Trending

OpenText Announces First Women in Technology Summit

PaperFree partner OpenText recently announced an addition to its 2018 OpenText Enterprise World lineup - the inaugural Women in Technology Summit.  The conference will be held in Toronto, Canada this July and is a follow up and expansion to the wildly popular 2017 Women in Technology Luncheon at Enterprise World.  The Summit is inspired by International Women's Day and Press for Progress and will feature speakers who will share thoughts on the challenges of achieving diversity in the technology sector, as well as keynotes on the progress that has been made and its positive effects on the wo

OpenText Partnering with Malaysia Airports to Transform the Airport Experience

Malaysia Airports is in the midst of a five year business plan to improve passenger efficiency and experience at its main airport, Kuala Lumpur.  Among these plans is the Total Airport Experience strategic pillar - a project that involves an immense data analytics and digital platform and PaperFree partner OpenText has been chosen as the technology partner for this endeavor.  OpenText will be involved with developing intelligent automation, predictive analytics, and expanded digital services for passengers at the airport, which is one of the busiest in Southeast Asia with 52 million passeng

Los Angeles Public Transport Going Digital to Improve Your Commute

Los Angeles is known for its soul-crushing commutes, but strangely enough, its residents largely don't rely on public transportation to ease the crunch.  This is likely because gas prices are still low, and the fact that busses sit in the very same traffic as everyone else.  And, light rail and underground metro systems in the area can't hold a candle to the more accessible systems of other large cities like London and Tokyo.  Given this, it's easy to see why the average Angelino still reaches for the car keys every morning.