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Document Management Software Vs. Online Storage

As businesses grow, they often find that their local file servers have reached their end-of-life and they are now difficult to maintain. In an attempt to fulfill their document storage needs, these firms often opt for online public cloud services such as Google Drive or Dropbox, only to realize that these platforms are not scalable, have poor functionality and are prone to external attacks.

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Five Reasons Document Management Software Can Save Your Company Money

In this digital day and age, most businesses are able to save substantial amounts of money and resources by investing on Document Management Software solutions, which are truly one of the greatest inventions ever made for business. Document Management Software (DMS) is so crucial for businesses to thrive in the digital age as it acts to centralize all business content of any company. Read More »

The Benefits of Workflow Automation

Competition is tough nowadays. In order for a company to stay viable and to continue progressing, it has to be able to optimize its business processes, minimize inadequacies and prevent bottlenecks, preserve and utilize resources properly, and in the end, increase profits and revenue. One of the ways businesses can reach these goals is to opt for business workflow automation.

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(January 16, 2012, New York, NY) - DocuXplorer, one of the United States’ leading providers of document management solutions software to small and medium sized businesses, today announced that, after an audit of its 2011 performance, 98% of its existing clients continued their partnership with them and 27% of existing clients expanded their relationship with DocuXplorer.

“We are extremely proud to have earned the continued and expanded business of such an overwhelming majority of our clients and we are excited about the new members to our family of clients we also added to our growing portfolio in 2011,” stated Mr. Wyman, spokesperson for DocuXplorer. “This industry-leading client retention rate is indicative of our dedication to providing the highest levels of technical and service support to our clients worldwide.”

In addition to its leading-edge customer service, DocuXplorer also attributes its growth to the extensive new and increased functionality it introduced to its document management solution in 2011 and indicated it has now begun work on the development of a multi-language version, as well as a web access client, both of which will be rolled out to clients in the first quarter of 2012.

“Our development team regularly seeks client feedback for new features and functionality that can be built into future versions and this is yet another example of how we have continually maintained a host of very satisfied clients for the last 17 years,” added Wyman.

Since 1995, DocuXplorer has provided thousands of its users with an end-to-end document management solution, including award-winning document management software, Consulting Services, Taxonomy Training, a hosted solution and secure online backup of its client data. For more information, visit




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