Cloud solutions ensuring business continuity for remote workers 22 December 2020

DocuWare, a provider of Cloud solutions for document management and workflow automation, reports that it has seen a strong and consistent usage of its Cloud solutions during the current worldwide pandemic.

Since March this year, workforces have gone remote and demand for document management solutions has soared. DocuWare grew its number of new Cloud customers by 24.3% compared to the same period in 2019. This increase is driven by businesses who never had a work from home set-up, now needing secure document management and workflow solutions for their newly distributed teams.

In addition, DocuWare saw continuous usage of its Cloud platform from customers through the wave of lockdowns in the first half of 2020. Every week saw millions of documents added and tens of thousands of users accessing business information.

“The type of document management solution most sought after right now offers secure document access and archiving but also enables ‘real time’ collaboration between remote teams,” says Dr Michael Berger, DocuWare president.

The product can be very quickly customised to fit individual business needs, positioning it as a leading choice for the small to medium sized businesses. “Our focus on usability means that the learning curve is short – a crucial benefit to any company in this current environment,” concludes Berger.

Almost all industry sectors have adjusted to work from home teams and DocuWare predicts that its cloud customer base will steadily expand, especially with new DocuWare solutions designed specifically to help manage the Covid-19 pandemic. This includes an employee screening form, a simple mobile friendly eForm for managing office visits, built and released to customers in just a few days.

Headquartered in Germany and the USA, DocuWare provides document management and workflow automation solutions in the Cloud. DocuWare has helped 14,000 customers across 90 countries simplify work through digitising, automating and transforming key processes. 

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