Top Image Systems opens in Australia

Top Image Systems (TIS), developer of the eFLOW capture and workflow platform, has announced the launch of TIS Australia and the establishment of a new regional office.

For over a decade Top Image Systems has partnered with local company ASI to sell and deploy its solutions in Australia.  During this time the company managed its business from the company’s regional headquarters in Singapore while maintaining full-time TIS sales representatives and in the last two years also a General Manager, Matthias Holm, in Australia.  To better support existing customers and partners, to strengthen its local base and to expand its foothold in the region, TIS as decided to form an Australian subsidiary which is jointly owned with partner ASI. 

“We are very enthusiastic about the prospects of growing our business in the Australian market,” commented Alex Toh, Managing Director, TIS APACJ. 

“We expect not only to expand our market share in the industry sectors in which we are present already, but also to gain presence in new markets with our growth products such as MobiCHECK, MobiPAY and eFLOW CrowdBridge for data validation in the crowd and new cloud-based solutions we plan to introduce in the future.  In alignment with the implementation of our global strategy to make our broad solution set available in all regions, we expect TIS Australia to grow rapidly and diversify our business in the continent.”

TIS reports that the eFLOW document capture platform is in use at a number of Australian businesses, including government agencies, financial institutions, Business Process Outsourcers and Shared Service Centres.

The company states that after working with TIS for some 10 years via a pay-per-use subscription model, a leading global BPO active in Australia has reached the decision to strengthen its relationship with TIS and signed a prepaid license agreement for its expanding volume of capture activities.  

The BPO is also considering the new eFLOW5 SUPERVISE module which allows BPOs to better monitor and measure different Service Level Agreements (SLAs) for different customers.

TIS is also proposing an innovative capture solution for financial institutions utilising Google Glass, as an integrated part of an omni-channel approach to capturing the information necessary to open a new account. This would involve TIS software and Google Glass as well as an iPad being used to capture structured and unstructured documents as images and validate the data.