The Latest Tablet Device Proves An Ideal Match For BoardDocs’ Premier Services

ATLANTA – Paperless governance market leader BoardDocs® today announced that its BoardDocs Pro and BoardDocs LT solutions are supported on the Blackberry® Playbook™, the new tablet platform from Research In Motion® (RIM). This support provides BoardDocs and business-class tablet users with an ideal way to access BoardDocs’ cloud-based offerings.

BoardDocs services are proven to save many organizations tens of thousands of dollars annually. User organizations also see a dramatic increase in their board’s effectiveness and in their administrative time-of-staff productivity, as well as improved district communications. The low-cost, compact and mobile Playbook tablet is the perfect match for busy individuals in this demanding environment.

BoardDocs has been used successfully to manage over 40,000 meetings to date. With BoardDocs services, virtually any browser can be selected to deliver a flexible, responsive and user-friendly interface. All BoardDocs cloud-based offerings are fully supported on most mobile devices, including the Apple® iPad™. Plus, only BoardDocs includes dedicated project management, on-site training and US-based, 7 x 24 technical support with every subscription.

About BoardDocs
Developed and marketed exclusively by Emerald Data Solutions™, Inc., BoardDocs is the market leader and pioneer of eGovernance solutions. Serving more than 440 organizations nationwide, BoardDocs’ paperless agenda services offer governing bodies turn-key electronic solutions for processing virtually any type of governance document, including agenda items, supporting documents, policies, procedures and more. BoardDocs’ services alleviate the enormous task of assembling, printing, distributing and revising board packets. BoardDocs’ unique, state-of-the-art solutions save taxpayers money, reduce staff time, improve board effectiveness, increase transparency in governance and have a positive effect on the environment. For more information, visit or call (800) 407-0141.


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