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Hummingbird promises to simplify enterprise life

Any business that is finding its paperwork and documents hard to manage — which, in all honesty, is probably most businesses — could do worse than to pay a visit to Hummingbird’s stand at Gitex.

Any business that is finding its paperwork and documents hard to manage — which, in all honesty, is probably most businesses — could do worse than to pay a visit to Hummingbird’s stand at Gitex.

Often, businesses have the information they need, but simply do not have a timely, reliable means of accessing it.

Hummingbird, a leading global provider of enterprise solutions such as Enterprise Content Management (ECM) and business analytics, will be showing businesses how they can make their lives easier and their information more manageable.

“We will be showing our solutions specifically for business,” says Mahmoud Zaghloul, senior engineer and technical consultant, Hummingbird. “We are specialists in document and content management.”

Hummingbird knows its strengths and will be differentiating itself from the competition by highlighting the ways its solutions can be used to enhance the business.

“Many companies are offering the same functionalities, so we are concentrating on the business values of the product, rather than the product itself,” comments Zaghloul. The company has more than 33,000 customers worldwide, including 90% of the Fortune 100 firms.

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