Lexmark Company, Perceptive Software today released Perceptive Mobile for Windows, making its enterprise content management solutions accessible through the Windows 8 and Windows RT operating system.

Busy Year for Perceptive

Perceptive Software integrates ECM and BPM solutions primarily to the education, government and financial sectors.The company was bought by Lexmark in 2010. Following the merger, Perceptive introduced two new products: Interact, an Embedded Solutions Framework and ImageNow, a document management, document imaging and workflow solution, while in April, the company introduced mobile apps for the iPhone and Android devices.

What Does this Release Bring to the Table?

In addition to being able to access information and business processes from Perceptive Software, there are a variety of features that go along with this release. Perceptive Software wants to ensure that their products are not only compatible with the most recent operating systems, but also keep in line with the needs of today's information worker:

Perceptive Mobile for Windows is the latest example of Perceptive Software’s commitment to developing the most user-focused products in the industry,” said Brian Anderson, Chief Technology Officer at Perceptive Software. “It is another step in our vision to deliver the most relevant information in whatever context users work, regardless of location or platform.”

The  Perceptive Mobile Windows version is a compliment to the previous iPad and Android mobile offerings, and gives users the full range of Perceptive software capabilities to allow workers information and document access from wherever they are.

The announcement follows the Windows 8 release earlier this week. Other companies have also started releasing new products for Windows 8 that include NewsGator's Social Sites App and Box's Mobile App for the Windows 8 Phone.

Perceptive Mobile for Windows is available for Perceptive Software customers through the Windows Store.