Adapx Receives Certificate of Networthiness From U.S. Army for Capturx Solutions
SEATTLE, WA, August 26, 2009 – Adapx (www.adapx.com) today announced that its Capturx software for digital pens has received a Certificate of Networthiness (CoN) from the U.S. Army’s Network Technology Command (NETCOM) for automating paper-based medical records within MedCom. The certification signifies successful completion of a stringent assessment to ensure that the Capturx software installed on U.S. Army computers are secure, supportable, sustainable, and compatible with the Army Enterprise Infrastructure’s (AEI).
“Adapx has been providing innovative software to the Department of Defense since 2001 so we’re proud to receive this certificate,” said Ken Schneider, CEO at Adapx. “This certification reflects our commitment to delivering the DoD and other agencies with secure and reliable ways to automate data collection for any paper-based process.”
More than 500 organizations are using Capturx – ranging from large enterprises such as Holland America Line and EMCOR to agencies such as NASA and the Port of Seattle. Capturx is used in the Department of Defense to automate paper-based data collection processes ranging from medical records to facilities management.
Only Capturx enables teams to instantly digitize information as it’s written with digital pens that automatically integrate data into Microsoft™ Office, Autodesk, and ArcGIS. Mobile workers can immediately share field data, improve collaboration and speed decision making, without the extra time and cost of scanning, sending, and transcribing paper – or deploying mobile computers or PDAs. Capturx products are available on the GSA Schedule [GS-35F-0131R].