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SWOT ANALYSIS ON Laserfiche - November 30th, 2010

Laserfiche is a manufacturer of document management, enterprise content management, workflow, records management, document imaging and forms capture software. It is headquartered in Long Beach, California. “Laserfiche” refers to both the company and its product platform.


Laserfiche began in 1974, founded by Nien-Ling Wacker.[2] Originally a custom software developer, the concept for a PC-based document management system began in 1981 when a client, a large Japanese auto manufacturer, required litigation support for a large volume of documents. At the time, paralegals had to wade through thousands of pages of depositions, entering keywords into a database. Attorneys were limited to searching on keywords to find relevant testimony.[3] Nien-Ling Wacker realized that if a full-text index of every page were available, the search capabilities would be greatly enhanced, and the amount of physical labor required to index the documents would decrease substantially. With the release of WORM drives that cost "only" $200 for 200MB of diskspace, the conceived system could be made cost effective.



Strengths

* Cost advantage
* High R&D
* Innovation
* Loyal customers
* Strong brand equity
* Reputation management

Weaknesses

* Low market share
* Ubiquitiouegory, products, services
* Industry presence

Opportunities

* Acquisitions
* Asset leverage
* Emerging markets and expansion abroad
* Innovation

Threats

* Competition
* Economic slowdown
* External changes (government, politics, taxes, etc)
* Lower cost competitors or imports
* Maturing categories, products, or services
* Product substitution
* Reputation
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Re: SWOT ANALYSIS ON Laserfiche - January 30th, 2018

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Laserfiche is a manufacturer of document management, enterprise content management, workflow, records management, document imaging and forms capture software. It is headquartered in Long Beach, California. “Laserfiche” refers to both the company and its product platform.


Laserfiche began in 1974, founded by Nien-Ling Wacker.[2] Originally a custom software developer, the concept for a PC-based document management system began in 1981 when a client, a large Japanese auto manufacturer, required litigation support for a large volume of documents. At the time, paralegals had to wade through thousands of pages of depositions, entering keywords into a database. Attorneys were limited to searching on keywords to find relevant testimony.[3] Nien-Ling Wacker realized that if a full-text index of every page were available, the search capabilities would be greatly enhanced, and the amount of physical labor required to index the documents would decrease substantially. With the release of WORM drives that cost "only" $200 for 200MB of diskspace, the conceived system could be made cost effective.



Strengths

* Cost advantage
* High R&D
* Innovation
* Loyal customers
* Strong brand equity
* Reputation management

Weaknesses

* Low market share
* Ubiquitiouegory, products, services
* Industry presence

Opportunities

* Acquisitions
* Asset leverage
* Emerging markets and expansion abroad
* Innovation

Threats

* Competition
* Economic slowdown
* External changes (government, politics, taxes, etc)
* Lower cost competitors or imports
* Maturing categories, products, or services
* Product substitution
* Reputation
Hey friend, i am really impressed by your effort and also thanks for sharing the information on Laserfiche as i need it for my project. Well, i am also uploading a document where you would find some useful information.
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