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LiquidOffice eForm Management System Gains Channel Partner Acceptance

Tuesday, January 15, 2002

Press release from the issuing company

SAN DIEGO, Jan. 14-- Cardiff Software has announced that since the release of its LiquidOffice solution in June 2001, a total of 57 global Channel Partners have agreed to offer its eForm Management System. LiquidOffice, an XML-based "paperless'' system, allows organizations to publish, route, approve and process online forms using standard Web browsers. An increase in demand for Business Process Management (BPM) solutions is a key factor driving the rapid channel adoption of LiquidOffice. According to AMR Research, Inc., the current market for BPM -- comprised of workflow, enterprise application integration and business-to-business integration -- is estimated at $800 million with a projected compounded annual growth rate of 112 percent. Within each of these markets, BPM is expected to grow from 27 percent to 60 percent of total market revenue by 2003. This reallocation of dollars is driven by a need to improve business responsiveness, increase business agility and achieve greater return from existing investments. The rapid adoption of LiquidOffice by leading resellers not only demonstrates Cardiff's growing leadership in this evolving space, but also some of the strongest growth and momentum seen in the marketplace. Some of the recent partners to embrace LiquidOffice include Dynamic Technologies Systems (DTS), www.dts-inc.com , a leading solutions integrator for government based in Washington, D.C.; ITC Co., www.itcnet.co.uk , a software provider in Nottingham, England targeting county councils; Aladdin Software, www.aladdin.no , based in Skjetten, Norway; and Formular Plus GmBH, www.formularplus.de , progressive eForm and workflow specialists in Germany targeting government and automobile organizations.

 

 

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