Elmsford, New York – April 29, 2010 – Barbara Collins, VP Operations, and Patrick Marmo, Senior Project Manager at Digiscribe, a major provider of electronic content management solutions in the New York area, have received the Formatta E-Forms Expert Credential Certification.

These exclusive certificates recognize Collins’ and Marmo’s demonstrated expertise in developing and deploying document management solutions based on Formatta products and recommended best practices.

According to Mitch Taube, CEO of Digiscribe, “This certification augments Digiscribe’s commitment to excellence in providing high quality, customer-focused electronic content management solutions to businesses of all sizes and industries.”

Taube further explains, “E-forms are becoming an essential electronic content management tool, allowing integration of data traditionally trapped on paper, PDF files and Word® documents with critical business systems.

Collins and Marmo play a key role in ensuring the delivery of quality electronic content management solutions to the firm’s customers, including document scanning services and document management installations. Their expertise now extends to configuring and installing forms management software and automating the processing of e-forms.

About Digiscribe

Digiscribe implements cost-effective document scanning and document management services that allow companies to operate more efficiently and more profitably. The company’s comprehensive range of services include: document scanning, document imaging, indexing, workflow automation, e-forms, forms processing, e-mail management, full-text OCR, mailroom services, secure Web-based repository services, in-house document management systems, and box & media storage.  For more information call 800-686-7577 x103, email Mitch Taube at mtaube@digiscribe.info or visit digiscribe.info.

About Formatta

More than just an electronic version of a paper form, Formatta’s  software quickly captures, verifies, approves and integrates data used in enterprise processes with the business critical enterprise systems used to run organizations. For more information go to formatta.com.