Softdocs plans to fill 15 jobs to support growth plans

Jennifer Wilson

Jennifer Wilson

Columbia-based Softdocs, an enterprise content management, e-forms and process automation provider, announced Wednesday it’s seeking to fill at least 15 open positions by early 2017 to support expansion plans.

The jobs include development, technology, marketing and sales, Softdocs said in a press release. The tech company has more than 600 customers in the United States and Canada.

“Softdocs offers a collaborative, high-energy work environment with a team of technology professionals who are the best and brightest in the industry,” said Mike Murphy, founder and CEO. “With a brand new, state-of-the-art headquarters in Columbia … it’s an exciting time for our company as we look to grow our team.”

Softdocs’ growth is fueled by the company’s double-digit revenue growth in 2015 and the launch of its next-generation Etrieve platform, used by schools for enterprise content management, process automation and electronic forms.

Founded in 1998, Softdocs’ is headquartered in a 55,000-square-foot former textile mill at 807 Bluff Road that has been renovated to provide collaborative workspaces, on-site training space and an employee fitness center.

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