A DoD 5015.2 certification has been obtained by Laserfiche, for its integration with SharePoint 2010. It has become the first Microsoft (News - Alert) partner to achieve the certification.
“Laserfiche has done the hard work to achieve DoD 5015.2 certification with a solution built on the SharePoint platform,” Dan Craytor, chief architect for Microsoft’s Department of Defense business, said. “By combining Laserfiche with SharePoint 2010, customers can use a rich and agile platform for collaboration and content management.”
To provide a unified business collaboration platform with comprehensive enterprise content management functionality, Laserfiche works together with SharePoint 2010. The joint certification reflects a commitment from both Microsoft Corp. and Laserfiche to work together to provide customers with a cutting-edge solution that offers:
--DoD 5015.2-certified records management
--Complete document capture and imaging functionality
--Turnkey transactional content management
--Simplified workflow design with Microsoft Windows Workflow Foundation
--Accelerated deployment of SharePoint sites
“A rock-solid records management strategy that simplifies compliance and ensures security of information is essential for success in today’s market,” Brian LaPointe, vice president of Strategic Solutions at Laserfiche, said. “Our joint, DoD 5015.2-certified solution allows organizations and agencies to leverage the strengths of both Laserfiche and SharePoint 2010.”
“In recent years, federal, state and local government entities have recognized the significance of such standards as DoD 5015.2,” Craytor, said. “As Microsoft’s first partner to achieve this joint certification with SharePoint 2010, we are very enthusiastic about the new opportunities this opens up for government customers of all sizes.”
For records management software used by the Department of Defense and its component, the DoD 5015.2 standard sets forth core functionality requirements. Many other federal, state and local government entities, also uses it as a benchmark.
In related news, Laserfiche has announced its support for the Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010 launch wave by sponsoring a number of Microsoft Solution Days in both the U.S. and Hong Kong.
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Edited by Juliana Kenny