DocuWare announced an increase in demand for their cloud solutions through the first full year of pandemic-driven lockdowns as companies invested in technology to support the almost immediate shift to remote working.
Over the past 12 months, businesses around the globe have had to transform faster than they could have ever anticipated. In 2020, DocuWare saw a global increase in cloud customers of almost 40%, pushing their total number of active cloud customers past 4,000.
DocuWare has seen an increase in demand for cloud-based document management solutions and automation technologies. For example, there has been increased interest in automating invoice processing tasks and better cybersecurity that still enables employees to import, share, approve, collaborate and store business documents.
“During the lockdown, our office was closed and we fell behind. I wanted my people to be able to seamlessly and smoothly work from home. I wanted to have a cloud-type of system where we could really go paperless.” Joe Johnson, owner, Rebel Refrigeration
“The pandemic has had an unprecedented effect on businesses.” Dr. Michael Berger, president of DocuWare commented. “We are so pleased to have been able to support new and existing customers throughout this uncertainty. Our anytime, anywhere, any-device model, means teams can collaborate in real-time no matter their location. With remote working being the new normal, cloud technology ensures that businesses can continue with minimal disruption.”
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