A SaaS service to suit the times
When users want to create and generate documents they don’t want to be waiting around for the IT department to help them. Canberra-based company Intelledox is experiencing unprecedented growth as enterprises' users realise the power of being able to reduce the time of creation, personalisation and distribution of documents when time is of the essence. This is even more pertinent with so many changes occurring due to the global financial crisis.
Intelledox is now available as on-premises software, a dedicated hosted solution or a software-as-a-service (SaaS), giving organisations complete control over how they deploy automated document creation and output management solutions. Customers can also choose to purchase solutions upfront, or pay as they go via a monthly subscription.
Peter Kazacos of KAZ fame has come to Intelledox’s board as chairman and has been joined on the board by David Knox and Michael O’Sullivan, also former founders and directors of KAZ, which Telstra bought in 2004 for $333 million.
Kazacos said, “As a technologist at heart I am excited about the technology and what it can do and the way it does it. The current economic climate means that the efficiencies Intelledox provide are things that business can understand.
“Now that there is a SaaS version, companies can start using very quickly. We have already had considerable interest from overseas companies,” said Kazacos.
There are now over 300,000 users of Intelledox globally with the latest customer being the Australian Information Industry Association (AIIA) providing the SaaS version for its members to enable them to respond and generate contracts quickly as well as responses to tender documents.
Phillip Williamson, CEO of Intelledox, gave the example of the heavy machinery company Caterpillar. “When a customer bought a Caterpillar it used to take two weeks to print out the manual for its use because of the all of the different configurations of the machine. Now it takes 45 seconds and it is correct.”
Despite the straightened times, Intelledox is forecasting over 100% revenue growth, driven by demand for automated document creation solutions from organisations seeking to do more with less.
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