As we prepare to say goodbye to 2019 and welcome 2020,
we hope you had a great year!
In August at ILTACON nQueue formally announced our Fifth Generation of products
As we previewed in our most recent Client Communication, nQueue’s Fifth Generation features a completely new interface designed for ease of use. Every task is simpler and easier to deploy, and user-defined workflows can be built almost instantly.
Users do not have to toggle between the device’s screen and nQueue’s. Scan products now include failover and true load balancing, and copy, print and scan functionality can now be fully uncoupled from cost recovery. Fifth Generation is written on a new technology stack, positioning our products for today and long into the future.
In the months since several firms have already upgraded to Fifth Generation—and more have scheduled their transition. We are starting to see a backlog, so now is the time to contact your nQueue business development manager or Patty Robertson to learn more about Fifth Generation and how the upgrade will benefit your firm.
OnRamps, OffRamps and Process Ramps
Our clients love InfoRoute, because of our OnRamps, OffRamps, and now Process Ramps. But all this terminology can be confusing, so here is a simple breakdown:
- OnRamps represent how documents are captured and delivered to InfoRoute for processing. OnRamps allow for scanning from MFDs (either with embedded software or tablets), desktop scanners, copy centers or more.
- OffRamps represent the delivery of the scanned document to its intended destination, e.g., email or DMS.
- New Process Ramps hold a document to perform additional steps, such as QA.
- In between the ramps, InfoRoute leverages ABBYY’s world-class processing engine for the fastest and most accurate OCRing in the industry.
QA is on the way!
Process Ramps provide the ability to hold a document to perform additional steps. nQueue is introducing one of our most requested Process Ramps: our QA Module.
The QA Module will allow someone to check that scanned documents are accurate before the originals are shredded and before they are electronically filed away.
Print AnyWhere continues to gain ground in the US and UK
Are your clients becoming more demanding with every security review? If so, you may be in for a headache if they are aware of all the unsecured paper that can be viewed or removed by anyone as it sits in printer output trays for hours waiting to be picked up. How interested would your CFO be in saving thousands of dollars each year on wasted prints that are never picked up at all?
We just completed a study with a large UK firm, and deploying Print AnyWhere is saving it 34% in printing costs (representing more than $400,000 per year). That’s enough to pay for our system in three days.
Are you overdue for an upgrade?
Please understand that MS SQL and Server 2008 will reach end of life on January 14, 2020, and anything older than that is already outdated. If you need to move software and/or the database to new servers, now is the time—and it’s a great opportunity to bundle the move with our new Fifth Generation software.
If you want more details on nQueue’s Fifth Generation and product timelines, or are looking to upgrade a server, please contact your BDM or Patty Robertson.
Are you overdue for an upgrade?
Will you be at Legalweek on February 3-6 in New York? As a sponsor of the related LegalCIO event, we’ve set aside time for a series of private 20-minute “Snack-and-Learn” sessions to discuss a few simple ways to improve your scanning and document routing environment to benefit both your end-users and your clients.
These sessions will take place throughout the day on Tuesday and Wednesday in our meeting room at the Hilton. There will be refreshments, including adult beverages, so you can relax for a few minutes and have a drink or snack. Contact your BDM to sign up.
nQueue's Dream Team
A few weeks ago, we got this amazing email from one of our clients, and it’s too good not to share.
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Happy Holidays from nQueue!
Most importantly, we’d like to wish you and yours all the best this holiday season and always.