DocuWord 2011: Palma – Orlando – Berlin

NEWBURGH, NY, May 24, 2011 – “Maximize Your Success with DocuWare!" was the motto for the three Partner conferences held this year by Integrated Document Management Specialist, DocuWare. About 600 sales Partners and employees from around the world gathered to learn the latest product developments and strategies for 2011.

Approximately 600 participants helped to make the annual Partner conferences hosted by DocuWare a complete success. Nearly 170 Partners came from Germany, Austria and Switzerland to attend DocuWorld D.A.C.H., held in Mallorca, Spain. With 280 attendees, DocuWorld Americas in Orlando set a new event participation record. DocuWorld in Berlin attracted about 140 DocuWare specialists from around Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA).

DocuWare Co-President Thomas Schneck, responsible for Sales & Marketing, was able to report on the company’s worldwide success – 19 percent growth for 2010 and a very strong start for the new fiscal year. In the first quarter, the company enjoyed 20 percent growth in revenue over the same period in 2010. He also added that the company continues to drive the development of web-based products for document management as well as mobile clients to ensure this growth into the future.

Jürgen Biffar, DocuWare Co-President for Products & Finance, presented a Product Roadmap for 2011. Here he emphasized the opportunities that are inherent in the new DocuWare Version 5.1c, the new module Smart Connect (for simple integration in external applications), the iPhone and iPad apps as well as an optimized SaaS palette. With a comprehensive Smart Connect campaign, Biffar sees broad possibilities for the company’s Partners to significantly expand their customer base.

Both Presidents view the large number of participants as a clear vote of confidence in DocuWare from its sales Partners. New product developments received a tremendously positive response, further reinforcing DocuWare's view that their integrated document management business will continue to grow at a fast pace.

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