Based in Emmeryville, California, Grocery Outlet is the largest value grocer in the United States. Founded in 1946, the company now operates more than 230 stores. Grocery Outlet originally deployed FileNexus® to help transition away from paper documents. FileNexus® significantly reduced printing and storage costs, and greatly diminished instances of lost and misfiled documents. To read the full story, click here.
InnPower Expands FileNexus® to Serve epost Customers
InnPower (formerly Innisfil Hydro) is a local electrical distribution company serving more than 15,500 homes, businesses, and industries within the Town of Innisfil and South Barrie. A staff of 41 work to administer the day-to-day operations of the hydro system.
Equitable Bank Expands FileNexus® to Deposit Services
Equitable Bank is a federally regulated Schedule I bank with approximately $14.4 billion in assets. This growing Canadian financial services business employs more than 400 skilled professionals, and offers deposit products and mortgage lending services to customers nation-wide. Equitable originally deployed FileNexus® in 2012 to streamline and automate their retail mortgage approval process. To read the full story, click here.
Harris Computers To Make FileNexus® Cloud Services Available To Customers
TORONTO, ON. November 5, 2015 – Today, Toronto-based Loris Technologies Inc. announced the next step in its strategic partnership with Harris Computer Systems (Harris) to make FileNexus® Cloud Services (FCS) available to Harris customers. Harris is a leading North American provider of software solutions with more than 18,000 client sites, spanning the utility, local government, education and health care sectors.