Research Triangle Park, NC and Bellevue, WA. October 6, 2006. Mi-Co CEO Dr. Greg Clary discussed the major benefits of real-time forms automation applications in a presentation at the BFMA International's Form Systems & Technology '06 Conference. The Business Forms Management Association's three day conference is being held in Bellevue WA from October 4 through October 6.
Dr. Clary's analysis included three case studies that demonstrated productivity gains when organizations used mobile data capture technology on Tablet PCs. The case studies are based on the implementation of Mi-Forms Software on mobile hardware in three market areas: home healthcare, insurance and governmental organizations. Co-presenter David Nakamura demonstrated Mi-Forms Software solutions for account enrollment in the insurance field, for inspections for USDA and for OASIS clinical documentation in home healthcare. Clary and Nakamura kicked off the morning session on a day that included presentations from IBM and Adobe.
Since Mi-Co's founding in 1999, Dr. Clary has been active in leading the company's development effort of Mi-Forms. Prior to co-founding Mi-Co, Dr. Clary spent five years at the IBM T.J. Watson Research Center working on handwriting recognition and pen input systems.
Mi-Co, the mobile information and data capture company, provides digital writing software that enables an efficient and effective process for capturing and communicating handwritten data. Mi-Co's enterprise Mi-Forms Software System enables flexible e-forms design for data capture using digital ink. In addition, Mi-Forms Software has proven capabilities for handwriting interpretation, touch-screen input, verification, data validation and communication of forms-based data for enterprise users. Mi-Forms supports Tablet PCs, UMPCs, Digital Pens, Pocket PCs and signature capture devices. The company is headquartered in Research Triangle Park, North Carolina and has a Washington customer service center. For more information on Mi-Co, visit www.mi-corporation.com.