Hewlett-Packard has unveiled a document-automation product for government and educational institutions.
HP said its Forms and Document Automation Solution will enable users to create and distribute on-demand documents. It enables automated secure delivery of on-demand electronic forms. It is expected to be available in the US by the end of April.
Tom Hempfield, vice president of Federal Business Organization at HP said: We have designed solutions to easily scale to agencies’ needs, increase data security and minimize energy usage.
Recently HP strengthened its portfolio for the electronic discovery and compliance software market by acquiring document and records management software company Tower Software.