VisualVault Migrates SaaS Offering from Private Cloud Offering to Amazon Web Services
VisualVault, a SaaS-based business process automation and enterprise content management software company, has announced that it has moved all VisualVault clients into Amazon Web Services (AWS) Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) leveraging multiple AWS services as part of their global strategy.
VisualVault specializes in the automation of data- and document-intensive processes at an enterprise level. The VisualVault platform is a cloud-based application that includes Intelligent Forms (i-Forms) which automate and validate both structured and unstructured data. These i-Forms streamline manual data entry and routing processes to boost productivity and accelerate business results.
A longtime SaaS provider, VisualVault’s AWS investment is part of a strategy to offer global clients a geographical disbursement of content and data to meet demanding security, compliance, and governance requirements.
The upside for current as well as prospective VisualVault clients, the company says, includes scalability, increased performance levels that are capable of accommodating the input of large repositories of content and data with demanding service level requirements and providing better geographic coverage of data centers; effectively eliminating potential global data residency issues.
VisualVault has already successfully executed the migration from legacy ECM and EMR systems to AWS for enterprise-level clients and the migration has met or exceeded their requirements, said Tod Olsen, CTO of VisualVault, noting that the ability to immediately add processing capacity is critical since most of the migrations have been larger than forecasted.
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