New York-based TNP, provides tools and services for the digital organization of business documents to over 100 clients across various industries. Contrary to the traditional approach, TNP is on the move to launch a new web services platform called DocPlace in order to offer customers remote access to their physical documents or the documents that they have on a shared drive. As the government has taken strict actions to curb the growth of COVID, people are restricted to move anywhere around. This brought forward a new strategy for TNP, and they are now simplifying the tasks for people by presenting DocPlace, which collects the documents digitizes, and stores them within the platform itself that is hosted by Microsoft Azure. “We have been in the enterprise platform arena for years, and soon we are going to launch our web services platform, as now it's not only about organizing and retrieving documents. It is also about customized APIs that can be fit for any kind of ERP system or CRM systems like Salesforce, Fund EZ, or QuickBooks,” states Damien Mc Clave, CEO of TNP. It is also worth mentioning that the DocPlace platform also has in place an electronic signature approval process that is very similar to DocuSign. Also, there is a component dashboard API’s that can be connected automatically to any kind of back-end software that the organizations are using.
Adding more to its prolific catalog of the document management system, TNP through DocPlace is leading the pack in cloud document management and workflow automation.
The DocPlace platform also holds the ability to capture documents from any scanning device, email client, or file system irrespective of file format, as well as make the document intelligent and available for users right away. On top of that, the platform also offers the benefit of the managed environment as it is important to track everything very precisely in a multi-user environment and frequent document modification. In addition to this, the experts at TNP mimic the manual environment of several organizations and convert it into an electronic environment. In return, this supports the organizations to carry out official tasks remotely without having any trouble. Alongside, the DocPlace Smart Client assists the users by providing them with a single unified view of all the documents irrespective of the format or source. Also, the thumbnail preview for each page in a document makes it convenient for the users to work with more documents simultaneously side by side.
We have been in the enterprise platform arena for years, and soon we are going to launch our web services platform, as now it's not only about organizing and retrieving documents. It is also about customized APIs that can be fit for any kind of ERP system or CRM systems like Salesforce, Fund EZ, or QuickBooks
Further, the DocPlace Search Capability supports users to search any document within the platform through document type or indexing attributes. By defining a search criterion, users can retrieve all documents by keyword that exists anywhere in the content. In parallel, the tailored and cost-effective approach by TNP has made them one of the key players in the document management arena, and that very well gets reflected through the wide array of clientele that goes beyond any fixed geography. The DocuPlace platform also offers a ViewPoint experience which enables every office worker to instantly begin organizing documents digitally without any IT assistance. In tandem, the optimized document storage is arguably the only repository designed for storing invoices, hr files, W2’s, bank statements, transmittal reports, and other office document types.
With a global presence, TNP takes immense pride in partnering with some of the renowned names in the business world and have these companies as loyal customers. “At the moment we are working on some of the APIs and integration with more popular platforms. In view of the fact that as soon as we roll out the platform, we will be able to address a wider scope of people’s product and their current environment,” concludes Mc Clave.