DB Technology Launches Online Training with DB Technology University

Provides an Easy and Economical Way to Learn About Features and Functionality of RAS and RASi

CLARK, N.J., June 2, 2009 – DB Technology, a recognized leader in the field of automated document management and workflow software, has launched DB Technology University, an online learning management system designed to provide its RAS and RASi users an easy and economical way to learn about the various features and functionality of the products and modules. Video course offerings include:

  • RAS
  • RAS Manager
  • RAS Capture Process
  • RASi
  • RAS/RASi Automation Modules

“With education budgets adjusted downward or eliminated, DB Technology University is an ideal way for our healthcare customers to enhance their knowledge of RAS and RASi,” says DB Technology’s Chief Executive Officer Charlie Wilson. “With DB Technology University, our customers can easily log on and learn about updated features and functionality of all modules within RAS and RASi. This is also valuable for hospitals that have experienced staff re-assignments and require a way to educate new RAS managers on the workings of the software.”

Additional services provided by DB Technology University include:

  • Self-administered quiz to measure what has been learned
  • Access to more than 40 training videos, including automations
  • Individual user access accounts to DB Technology University
  • Customized course curriculums
  • Ability to track user performance upon completion of courses
  • Individual training report cards

Through RAS and RASi hospitals and other organizations have the ability to automatically capture, access, process and distribute information and eliminate costly manual paper laden processes. The software also eliminates the risk of improperly distributed data and ensures confidential information remains private and accessible to only those authorized.

For more information about DB Technology University, contact Kerry Naughton at (800) 760-4096, ext. 114 or

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