Oconomowoc company launches office technology

Freeman Staff

June 7, 2018

OCONOMOWOC — Greg Walters Inc. announced it has launched ArcDrive, which will allow vendors to initiate or build out managed print services engagements.

ArcDrive is a self-contained, converged solution stack appliance that is embedded with advanced capture, intelligent workflow, data collection, remote monitoring and automatic supplies fulfillment software.

According to the announcement from the Oconomowoc company, ArcDrive is a small box that can be attached to a network or used as a standalone workstation, and provides SharePoint or hybrid storage on the device or through the cloud.

“Since 2009, I’ve promoted managed print services as a bridge to managed IT and, ultimately, managing the ‘Internet of Things,’” said Greg Walters, the creator of ArcDrive. “I believe MPS, electronic document management (EDM) and IT asset management should be under one umbrella. ArcDrive is the realization of this concept. All the tools that you typically think of with an entry level document management system and MPS program are embedded on this device.”

Walters said ArcDrive will help independent dealers keep their base and establish new income streams, as well as increase recurring revenue on a monthly basis.

ArcDrive is available with MPS, advanced capture and intelligent workflow software. Future releases will incorporate network probe, RFID, ITIL real-time asset management and a single-pane interface.