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Perceptive Expands Cloud Solutions Internationally

Perceptive Software, creator of process and content management products and solutions, including intelligent data capture, announces that the company has expanded its cloud solution offerings internationally.

The company began offering solutions as a Software as a Service (SaaS) option in 2006, with data centers inNorth America. Today, Perceptive also offers data centers in Europe, Asia, andAustralia. During 2011, 28 percent of new Perceptive Software customers chose a subscription option.

“CIOs and IT executives need to support business growth through carefully managed cost centers and by tying applications to organizational innovation and competitive advantage. Perceptive Software believes process and content automation solutions delivered via the cloud play a key role in driving this transformation,” says Lynne Wilson, vice president of cloud solutions for Perceptive. ”It’s much more than a shift from CapEx to OpEx procurement models; it means ECM and BPM oriented SaaS solutions must be flexible, scalable and deliver value quickly.”

Perceptive Software offers a number of cloud deployment models including the ability to isolate server and/or storage environments to its customers in most locations.  This flexibility application and data security and privacy required across geographies and industries. Customers and their cloud environment are supported by dedicated platform services and managed service teams, as well as technical services and remote administration teams.

“Perceptive Software cloud solutions offer increased flexibility to extend an organization’s data system of record through process and content automation solutions,” addedWilson. “We understand that a customer’s unique geography, industry and processes lead to data security and privacy requirements that demand vendor flexibility.”

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