DALLAS--May 13, 2003--Docucorp International, a leading provider of enterprise information solutions, today announced a strategic business alliance with WRDCLogsys, a leading supplier of solutions and services for public and private sector organizations.
This alliance will promote Docucorp solutions and services into new markets, such as the UK's local and central government.
WRDCLogsys will include Docucorp's technology within its solutions and services portfolio and will be responsible for sales, systems integration, user training and first-level technical support for its delivered solutions.
The agreement will provide Docucorp and WRDCLogsys with the capability to deliver services and solutions specific to the e-government initiative to have all government services online by 2005.
"The e-government initiative is a considerable challenge for all organizations involved, as local and central government departments deal with thousands of clients regularly and have to address this initiative with resources from their rigorously scrutinized IT budgets," said Tracey Robinson, vice president, managing director, Docucorp EMEA. "Where local government is concerned, not only do councils have to introduce e-government on budget, but they must also introduce e-services people want and need to use."
"Docucorp and WRDCLogsys are well positioned to help government departments provide Web access for its current paper-based forms and documentation," said Robinson. "We can also help streamline the provision of services like online voting, parking registration, and council tax compliance."
"As a result of integrating state-of-the-art products and technologies from a number of organizations like Docucorp, WRDCLogsys continues to successfully deliver complex services and solutions," said Garcia Hanson, chief executive officer, WRDCLogsys. "Docucorp and WRDCLogsys' combined strengths can now provide comprehensive, highly cost-effective document management systems and consultancy to the government sector."
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