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Intelledox Integration Leverages Enterprise Investment in TRIM Document Management

  • 21 July, 2009 12:34

<p>Intelledox and TRIM unlocking enterprise value of corporate information</p>
<p>Leading document automation solutions provider, Intelledox, announced today that it now supports deep integration into HP TRIM Electronic Document and Records Management System (EDRMS).</p>
<p>Intelledox has a history of extensive support for EDRMS, and delivers a flexible and scalable document creation solution that significantly boosts the productivity and accuracy of enterprise document-centric business processes.</p>
<p>TRIM software is a global leader in EDRMS, and is widely used to capture, manage, access and secure corporate information across the government, business, and life sciences sectors. TRIM enables enterprises to integrate the management of information into systems and business processes, reducing the risk of non-compliance with legislative and regulatory requirements while increasing security, data integrity, productivity and accountability.</p>
<p>Intelledox has revolutionized document-centric business processes, delivering a range of transformation benefits including business user-driven template development, increased productivity, increased security, and a dramatic increase in the accuracy of corporate documentation.</p>
<p>“Coupling the document automation functionality of Intelledox with TRIM EDRMS provides an end-to-end solution for document-centric business processes, and is particularly attractive to organizations looking fully leveraging the information management lifecycle”, said Phillip Williamson, Chief Executive Officer of Intelledox. “The intelligent creation, migration, and storage of documents and accompanying metadata delivers superior value to TRIM customers, allowing them to fully realize the enterprise value of their corporate knowledge", he said.</p>
<p>About Intelledox</p>
<p>In partnership with its customers and partners, Intelledox implements business software solutions that improve stakeholder communications, responsiveness and accuracy, and reduce IT costs. Founded in 1991, Intelledox has successfully delivered high quality enterprise software solutions to the market both in Australia and overseas. The company is the developer and provider of Intelledox software – a leader in the emerging market of automated document creation – as well as the Capabiliti Learning Management System (LMS). Intelledox products are designed to Open Systems standards, reducing the burden on both users and IT.</p>
<p>About TRIM</p>
<p>HP TRIM software is a best-practice document and records management system (EDRMS) that reduces the risk of non-compliance with legislative and regulatory requirements while increasing security, data integrity, productivity and accountability. Powerful search capabilities, an intuitive interface and the ability to group documents logically in a unified system, all work together to capture, manage and access information faster. TRIM serves approximately 1,000 customers with more than 780,000 users in 32 countries. HP announced the acquisition of Tower Software, the developer of TRIM, on March 31, 2008.</p>
<p>Spelling Note</p>
<p>Intelledox has two ‘e’s – the second ‘e’ stands for electronic – there is no second ‘i’.</p>
<p>Intelledox has offices in Sydney, Melbourne and Canberra in Australia, as well as in the UK, the USA and Asia.</p>
<p>Interviews and photo opportunities with CEO Phillip Williamson can be arranged upon request.</p>
<p>For further information contact:</p>
<p>Phil Jacobs
Chief Marketing Officer
+61 2 6280 6244
+61 431 758 809</p>

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