Worldox (www.worldox.com) continues its expansion in the global document management system (DMS) market, reporting abundant sales activity in emerging technology markets such as Northern Africa, South America, and the Middle East. Also, Worldox continues to drive business internationally in Canada and Australia. This international activity is primarily driven by Worldox’s vast international channel of resellers and systems integrators who are aggressively marketing both the desktop and cloud/SaaS versions of Worldox.
Worldox president Ray Zwiefelhofer says: “Worldox already has more than 6,000 customers in 52 countries and we are encouraging our resellers to break new ground in untapped markets. With both the desktop and cloud versions available, Worldox is increasingly becoming more widespread in business, both at law firms and other companies. Since Worldox’s document management technology brings productivity and efficiency for any type of organization, we see unlimited potential for capturing more market share.”
According to Mike Dewdney, CEO of LexCloud.ca: “Working with Worldox as the exclusive Canadian host of Worldox Cloud Canada has been a great complement to our Private Cloud offering for law firms, allowing our clients to have cost-effective, secure document management in the cloud. This is a powerful combination along with the traditional Worldox implementations that we’ve recently done for leading Canadian law firms such as SorbaraLaw and Warren Sinclair LLP.”
Egypt-based Ahmad Awad, Owner & Legal Technology Consultant of EMedia remarks: “EMedia is excited to be partnering with World Software to offer Worldox in Egypt and the Middle East. We recently implemented Worldox for Matouk Bassiouny in Cairo and have many other prospects considering purchase in Northern Africa and the Middle East.”
Australia firm Rees R & Sydney Jones recently bought and implemented Worldox. Tony Vaughan, the firm’s general manager, notes: “Worldox has enabled us to move completely into the ‘Paperless Office’.”
Alfredo Reategui, head of Lima-based Pronet S.A.C., comments: “Our Worldox sales in South America have increased dramatically. Currently, we have closed deals in Peru, Chile, Argentina, Colombia, Venezuela and Uruguay. Worldox’s unique ability to allow integration with foreign languages makes the software able to be used with Spanish, Portuguese and a host of other languages. As South American law firms continue to modernize their daily workflow and prioritize productivity, we are finding their interest in Worldox is continuously strong and steadily growing.”