InfoWorld Magazine Honors Xerox DocuShare Software as a "2006 Technology of the Year"
Press release from the issuing company
ROCHESTER, N.Y.--Jan. 30, 2006-- Xerox Corporation's DocuShare 4.0.1 software - a secure, Web-based enterprise content management system - has been named "Best Document Manager" in InfoWorld magazine's "2006 Technology of the Year Awards."
DocuShare was commended for its ability to help workers better collaborate on projects and business processes. DocuShare was also noted for its "strong mix of collaboration, personalization, ease-of-use and extensibility."
InfoWorld's Technology of the Year Awards identify significant technologies and trends from the past year that will have the greatest impact on enterprise IT strategies.
"Our annual awards highlight progress across nearly the entire enterprise IT landscape," said Steve Fox, InfoWorld's editor-in-chief. "InfoWorld's 2006 Technology of the Year Award winners represent the best products defining, and often redefining, the role of IT and resulting business impact."
"DocuShare easily brings content and document management services to entire organizations," said David Smith, vice president and general manager, Xerox DocuShare Business Unit. "By building DocuShare into their corporate infrastructure, businesses of all sizes gain critical productivity and compliance benefits with a rapid return on their investment."
DocuShare helps document-intensive organizations boost business efficiency and manage stringent requirements for regulatory compliance. It enables organizations to capture, review, approve, manage and publish many types of content across the enterprise, helping them gain control of the information that drives their businesses.
In addition, DocuShare can be integrated with other Xerox offerings like FreeFlow SMARTsend scanning software and WorkCentre Pro advanced multifunction systems to create a complete document lifecycle management solution. Document lifecycle management refers to the ability to manage documents through various phases including capture, storage and delivery.
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