KGS unveils next-generation archiving solution

As KGS celebrates 20th anniversary, the archive specialist unveils next-generation archiving solution tia – the intelligent archive.
By: KGS Software GmbH
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NEU-ISENBURG, Germany - March 24, 2020 - PRLog -- KGS realigns its business focus on the occasion of its 20th anniversary. The new brand name 'tia' bundles the archive manufacturer's existing product modules into a common vision of the intelligent document archive. tia introduces a new generation of archiving that integrates with any application, storage solution and cloud-based technology. It furthermore offers companies a 'single point of truth' for document archiving. In addition, KGS is developing new smart technologies for autonomous archiving with tia.

SAP Archiving
For 20 years now, KGS has been at the forefront of lean document archiving that fully integrates with the superordinate application. Previously, it was primarily SAP user companies that benefited from KGS' proprietary archiving solution. It provided them with a tool that, in contrast to SAP's own content server, also supports the legally compliant management of large quantities of documents without generating the financial and organizational overheads that go along with traditional DMS or ECM systems.

Any Application, Any Storage System
tia flexibly integrates with various IT systems. It supports any storage system and connects with any existing corporate application, whether implemented as an on-premises or cloud solution. This means that tia can archive documents from various key IT tools besides SAP, including Salesforce, Microsoft Dynamics or other specialist applications and portals. Given this design, document archiving with tia can also be used for system landscapes operated completely without SAP.

Archiving with tia creates a Single Point of Truth (SPoT) for corporate documents. KGS is working on introducing even more extensive system intelligence. Among other things, the archive of the future will be able to recognize various patterns autonomously and make forward-looking suggestions for optimization.

Johanna Zinn, Leiterin Marketing
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