Digital File showcases SMB document management

Beirut-based software solution provider Digital File is showcasing its latest document management solution (DMS) at CeBIT 2007. Digital File will debut version 4.0 of its DMS during the mammoth IT exhibition, and will also hunt for additional distributors to extend its international channel reach.

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By  Stuart Wilson Published  March 15, 2007

Beirut-based software solution provider Digital File is showcasing its latest document management solution (DMS) at CeBIT 2007. Digital File will debut version 4.0 of its DMS during the mammoth IT exhibition, and will also hunt for additional distributors to extend its international channel reach. Digital File claims that attractive price-performance ratio, a relatively simple implementation process and the ability to save time within an organisation, makes its solution particularly suitable for small and medium businesses (SMBs). Camille Dabdab, managing director at Digital File, explained: “So many small and medium-sized companies decide for large DMS programs because they simply know the brand name. That is understandable but most often not reasonable because they pay for functionality they don’t use.” Digital File claims that SMBs actually face a cost disadvantage as they attempt ‘downsize’ an expensive and complex DMS solution to meet their more basic needs. According to Digital File, this ‘downsizing’ process is necessary for smooth and transparent handling. Digital File’s E-File solution offers the necessary depth of SMB functionality at a competitive price point, according to the vendor. The company also offers modules for industry-specific functionality within the overall solution and claims to have an uncomplicated licensing structure. The company’s appearance at CeBIT is not just aimed at showing SMBs that there is a viable alternative to the traditional big names in the DMS space. Digital File is also prowling for new distributors to extend its channel reach. During the show, Digital File will talk to potential new partners and share details of the company’s existing channel programme. At present, Digital File has partners in Lebanon, Kuwait, France and Australia. Digital File is part of the ACT Holding Group, which provides IT solutions across the Middle East and Africa through its six subsidiary companies. ACT currently employs more than 90 IT specialist across a wide range of disciplines including infrastructure solutions, professional support services, training services, web solutions, GIS applications, insurance software solutions and DMS.

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