Global Document Solutions, Inc. enters eDocument mix27 Apr, 2004
Global Document Solutions, Inc. enters eDocument mix
LONDON, ONTARIO— A new document management company, Global Document Solutions Inc. (Gdox), was launched April 21 in Ontario. Local business entrepreneur Mark Welfred is president of the new company and continues as president of London-based office equipment dealer Doering & Brown Corp., one of the largest office equipment dealers in Canada. Gdox is an enterprise-wide and Web-based document management system, providing businesses with an easy-to-implement and cost-effective solution to document management and collaboration initiatives. Gdox provides organizations with the ability to efficiently retrieve, view and share information anytime and anywhere with their employees, partners, consultants and agencies. Gdox solutions include: • Document Imaging • Document Optimization • File Conversion • Collaborative Workgroups • Security SSL • Backup Restore • Archive Retrieve Numerous customer support options are available including an online Help Desk with real-time, online technical support, on-site support with Gdox certified technicians, plus email and telephone support. Said Welfred, “Document management spending has risen steadily over the past five years, and accelerated after 9/11.” Forrester Research reports that the volume of stored information is growing at 200 percent per year. According to a recent report by Aberdeen, content/document management software is the number one planned purchase in the coming year. Sixty percent of respondents said they had an “intent to buy.” “Gdox is an affordable solution, which enables everyone, regardless of skill or location, to dynamically collaborate, store, access and share content from their desktop or via standard Web-based tools,” added Welfred. GDOX is a privately-owned Canadian company with seven employees. The company sell direct and is currently establishing channel partner relationships across Canada, United States, England, Germany, Australia and Dubai. Gdox can be reached at (519) 451-3483 or 1-866-297-4369 or by fax at (519) 451-6864. Visit the website at www.gdox.com.