Hyland Software

Hyland Software

Hyland Software, Inc. is a provider of ECM software for the credit union, financial services, healthcare, government, insurance, and higher education sectors. Its product is designed to capture and manage information from paper to web content, offers modules for business process automation, digital imaging, and records management.

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HQ Location
United States
Year Founded
1991
Employees
1250
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