Intelledox’s Winning Streak - Intelledox Document Creation Solution Wins Canberra Business Council Award
- 22 June, 2009 09:00
<p>The Canberra Business Council chooses a local business each month, and the winners are awarded with a certificate of recognition at the Business Council’s Annual Dinner, where an overall winner will be announced. The award recognises Intelledox’s success and contribution to the regional economy.
Intelledox provides software that automates the creation of business documents. By automating document-centric business processes, organisations can reduce the time to create, personalise and distribute documents by more than 50%, boosting productivity and lowering costs. With flexibility in deployment and payment options, organisations deploying Intelledox can achieve a return on investment within 12 months.
“This award continues an incredible year for Intelledox, as we continue to receive recognition as an industry leader and innovator in the Australian marketplace”, said Phillip Williamson, Chief Executive Officer at Intelledox. “We continue to achieve traction in the public sector due to our ability to reduce operational costs through improving online forms processing, and thus helping government agencies achieve the e-Government mandate”, he said.
Intelledox was also a winner in the ACT Export Awards 2008, and recently won a Gold LearnX award for its Capabiliti Learning Management System. The growing company has more than 300 named clients, with in excess of 350,000 users globally.
Even in the current challenging business environment, Intelledox continues to be a strong performer in the Australian IT sector, expecting revenue growth of over 100% in 2008/09. Forecast growth for 2009/10 is expected to continue this trend, driven by strong demand for its software solutions from organisations throughout Asia Pacific, South Africa, and Western Europe. Intelledox customers gain significant return on investment, boosted productivity, and greater control over their information lifecycle.</p>
<p>Media contact: Phil Jacobs
Chief Marketing Officer
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