Xerox Engineering Systems Establishes Alliance With eQuorum
Press release from the issuing company
STAMFORD, Conn.--Oct. 2, 2001--Xerox Engineering Systems (XES), a leader in wide-format document management solutions, today announced an alliance with Atlanta-based eQuorum Corporation. Under this agreement, XES is offering its customers ImageSite, a powerful document management system. ImageSite provides state-of-the-art Internet viewing with sophisticated collaboration and mark-up functionality. These features are coupled with powerful document distribution and printing capabilities, resulting in a highly productive end-to-end system.
The combination of XES's industry leading wide-format digital printers and eQuorum's Internet-based software gives XES customers a complete solution and helps them achieve greater productivity. "We wanted a product that not only met the current needs of our customers, but offered a growth path for the future,'' says John Duerden, CEO of XES. "ImageSite is clearly the leading product in its category. This alliance cements our commitment to offering our customers the best possible solution utilizing the latest technologies.''
The selection of eQuorum and its ImageSite solution provides many benefits to both XES and eQuorum customers. "Not only are our customers getting an Internet-based software solution that is at the forefront in terms of features and functionality, but eQuorum has also worked with XES to provide a full range of services to help ensure our customers' continued satisfaction,'' said Rich Virga, XES's Worldwide Segment Director for Software. "The blend of advanced technology and top quality customer service complements our focus and direction.''
"We're pleased that XES chose ImageSite after an exhaustive evaluation of competitive products,'' said Frank D. Bouchard, Vice President of Sales and Marketing at eQuorum. "They've listened to their customers and identified ImageSite as the best possible solution. We have worked jointly with XES to offer a comprehensive hardware/software solution that addresses the document management, collaboration, and distribution needs of their customers.''
ImageSite is now available from XES and includes a migration path allowing many customers with existing document management systems to migrate both their documents and indexing information into ImageSite.
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