A new Aragon Research evaluation of vendors in the Document and Contract Analytics (DCA) industry released this week identified Ephesoft as a Contender in the space. A new market segment in Aragon’s research, DCA allows enterprises to understand and analyze their documents and contracts to drive better and more insightful decision-making via predictive analytics. 

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Ephesoft has a strong product portfolio with Ephesoft Transact and the Cloud HyperExtender, as well as a burgeoning partner network and advanced support for hybrid cloud, on-premises and mobile capture deployments.

“We believe this latest report from Aragon is a strong validation of Ephesoft’s position in the content capture and business intelligence industry,” said Ike Kavas, founder and CEO of Ephesoft. “We are proud of the flexibility we offer our customers that work in cloud, on-premises or hybrid server infrastructures, ultimately turning their various document and content-intensive business centers into a clearinghouse for actionable business data. As we leverage global partnerships to grow our customer base, we look forward to expanding the reach and strengthening the impact of our intelligent capture services.”

Between Ephesoft Transact, Cloud HyperExtender and Mobile Capture, Ephesoft enables enterprises in a wide range of industries to provide structure to their back-end processes, such as the processing of invoices, contracts, insurance claims, loans, patient records and taxes.

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