Hyland, a leading content services provider, has launched OnBase in the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Marketplace to support organizations’ need to manage digital information anywhere and adapt to a changing work environment.

Ed McQuiston, EVP and Chief Commercial Officer at Hyland, commented, “Our work with AWS has never been stronger, and we’re proud to leverage its infrastructure to power OnBase in the Hyland Cloud. With joint customer success stories spanning the healthcare, government, insurance, and financial services industries, Hyland and AWS are better together, providing leading cloud-based content services solutions to help organizations thrive in the next normal.”

He added, “We are elated to have OnBase added in AWS Marketplace. We look forward to helping our customers automate processes and better manage important business content. We know the value delivered to our joint customers will bolster their business practices and success.”

With nearly two decades of experience providing secure, scalable cloud-based solutions that strengthen digital transformation strategies, Hyland is recognized as a leading cloud content services provider. Organizations across the globe can now leverage content management, business process management (BPM), and intelligent process automation (IPA) solutions with the scalability, reliability, and security provided by Amazon Web Services (AWS).

OnBase connects and centralizes business-critical content into a single secure location in order to manage content, processes, and cases more efficiently. Cloud technology is becoming increasingly popular among organizations to run their operations, and Hyland’s cloud-first vision and development methodology will provide the foundation for developing businesses to demand more information when and where users need it, thereby increasing productivity, improving the customer experience, and reducing risk. A comprehensive view of information enables businesses to make informed decisions faster and meet the changing demands of their stakeholders.