Medical groups understand UNIPOP's benefits in a heartbeat, says Dr. Howard Whetzel, UNIPOP's inventor.
says it can go anywhere.
"It's designed to operate in the European E1 systems and U.S. T1 systems," he
...Whetzel is president of Native Technologies Inc. (NTI), the Native American-owned-company that handles UNIPOP systems for the government sector.He
also owns Wave Technologies, Inc.
(Wave), which handles the commercial side of the business; an Internet service provider (Native Wave) and a telephone company providing worldwide VoIP telephony.NTI and Wave are headquartered in Lumberton, North Carolina, the convergence of the North-South fiber optics of the U.S. - giving the companies, according to Whetzel, "more bandwidth than we can use."
says, "We just scan the work, hand the client a CD, and the original document sits in a building right here in the U.S." This is a very effective and attractive outsourcing solution for lowering the cost of scanning and storing multitudes of papers.