Softdocs, the industry’s only education-exclusive provider of document management, electronic forms and workflow solutions, today announced a strong second quarter of 2018 through expansion of higher education and K-12 client relationships, as well as migrations from competitive solutions.
With new and existing customers taking advantage of the next generation, mobile-first capabilities of the Etrieve platform, as well as the company’s print customization and delivery product, Doc e Serve, Softdocs has seen record growth with over 30 new institutions licensing their software solutions in the second quarter of 2018.
Much of the success Softdocs has experienced in Q2 2018 comes as a result of migrations from competitive products including Perceptive Content (formerly ImageNow) and NolijWeb, as well as their expanding partnership with Ellucian, which included earning business from 33 educational institutions leveraging Colleague®, Banner® and PowerCampus® by Ellucian.
“So many institutions are at a place now where they know they need to make decisions about their existing content management solutions. Whether it be the need for a newer feature set, mobile functionality, deeper integration with existing ERP solutions or an initiative to move to a cloud-based deployment model, we are providing them with a solid software platform coupled with a stable vendor relationship,” said Softdocs CEO Mike Murphy.
Q2 sales included:
- Amarillo College, Susquehanna University, Kellogg Community College, Shenandoah University and North Idaho College selected Softdocs for its browser-based, enterprise content management, electronic forms and workflow platform, migrating from Perceptive Content.
- Loyola Marymount University, The University of Portland, Hinds Community College and Endicott College selected Softdocs for its browser-based, enterprise content management, electronic forms and workflow platform, replacing existing implementations of NolijWeb.
- Mercyhurst University, College of Charleston, Virginia Military Institute, Barry University, Rhode Island School of Design and Pacific University are Colleague® and Banner® by Ellucian users that selected Softdocs’ Etrieve platform.
- Rockingham Community College, Jacksonville University and The University of Guam, all current customers of Softdocs, decided to make the move to Etrieve.
- Trinity Valley Community College, North Arkansas College, North Iowa Area Community College, College of Eastern Idaho, College of New Caledonia, Emily Carr University of Art and Design, Justice Institute of British Columbia, Nicola Valley Institute of Technology, North Island College, Northern Lights College, Northwest Community College, College of the Rockies, Northwestern Oklahoma State University and Southwestern Oklahoma State University chose Softdocs’ Doc e Serve to increase efficiencies through print customization and delivery due to a tight integration with the Ellucian product set.
- Bentonville School District, Auburn City Schools, Wood County Schools and Jeff Davis Public Schools chose Softdocs’ Etrieve K12 to improve district-wide business processes and provide secure, cloud-based enterprise content management.
Beyond growing its customer base, Softdocs also celebrated being named one of South Carolina’s Best Places to Work in Q2 2018, which discovers and recognizes the top employers in the state.
Softdocs plans to carry this success through the second half of 2018 by continuing to share its next generation Etrieve platform with colleges, universities and K-12 school districts across the U.S. and Canada looking for stable ECM providers with proven solutions and a clear roadmap for the future.
For more information about Softdocs’ education-focused enterprise content management, e-forms and workflow solutions, please visit https://www.softdocs.com.
Softdocs develops enterprise content management, electronic forms and workflow solutions exclusively for the higher education and K-12 markets. The company’s Etrieve platform redefines business processes, reducing the need for paper and improving student service and employee productivity by providing educational institutions complete control over how content is captured, processed and distributed. A privately held company founded in 1998, Softdocs is headquartered in Columbia, South Carolina.
For more information, visit http://www.softdocs.com.