Crawford releases ePresentment Gateway for Box

Crawford Technologies (Toronto), a leading provider of document solutions that streamline, improve and manage customer communications, has announced the availability of ePresentment Gateway for Box. This new cloud-based, SaaS technology prepares, manages, indexes and stores transactional documents, such as invoices and statements, on Box’s enterprise cloud content management platform. Crawford Technologies’ ePresentment Gateway for Box facilitates quickly and efficiently the distribution of invoices and other customer-facing documents. Using Crawford Technologies’ transformation, indexing and document classification techniques, coupled with Box’s industry-leading cloud-content management platform, companies can now more easily move from problematic legacy storage systems to a modern, cloud-based, natively web-enabled format for immediate distribution.

Major advantages include:

  • Splitting transactional print files into individual documents
  • Quick retrieval of documents from Box using the standard Box interface or a customer-designed built-to-purpose user interface
  • The ability to consolidate information from transactional documents together with other documents stored in Box for a more complete view of the customer
Ernie Crawford.

The technology also offers universal print-stream conversion and archiving across all industries and business applications. It classifies, transforms, indexes and efficiently stores high-volume transactional documents of almost any kind, while supporting a wide range of print formats – including AFP, Xerox, PDF, PostScript, PCL and others.

Jeetu Patel.

“We look forward to the release of ePresentment Gateway for Box to the industry,” said Ernie Crawford, President and CEO of Crawford Technologies. “It allows organizations to accelerate their digital transformation initiatives by reducing or eliminating their dependence on costly legacy systems, by taking advantage of the simplicity and efficiency of Box’s cloud content management platform.

“We’re excited to be working with Crawford Technologies to help enterprises take another step on their digital transformation journey,” said Jeetu Patel, Chief Product Officer at Box. “Joint customers can now more easily manage, secure and store transactional business documents while revolutionizing their customer communications.”


Tony Curcio is the editor of Graphic Arts Magazine.