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OfficeDrop Introduces Cloud Technology For Small Business Owners

Written by Jenna Weiner
Published: 11/19/2010

Company introduces Desktop Cloud Connector App

A technology company based in Cambridge, Massachusetts, is introducing a brand-new cloud-inspired application, aimed at saving entrepreneurs time and money.

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OfficeDrop recently introduced the Desktop Cloud Connector App as a way for small business owners to scan in documents, put them into the cloud and distribute to the necessary parties in the company. After the documents have been scanned in, they will become part of a searchable database for everyone on the network.

"The evidence is coming in and our customers' preferences are clear," said OfficeDrop CEO Prasad Thammineni. "Since launching our downloadable scan-to-the-cloud desktop scanning software, our customers' usage of the OfficeDrop service has totally changed. In the early months of 2010, well over half the documents put into our online filing system were uploaded via the browser. But last month, our self-scanning software and email document submission have far surpassed the browser."

Other companies have made technology news for small business by focusing on the cloud. Neverfail recently introduced the Managed Cloud Hosting Partner Program, aimed at helping businesses grow with computer enhancements.

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