DocVentive and CoTé announce Joint Business Relationship
Atlanta, GA – January 21, 2015
DocVentive and CoTé Software & Solutions today announced the launch of a joint business relationship to bring new and innovative Customer Communications Management (CCM) solutions and services to companies around the world. Technology is fundamentally changing how customers engage content, and many organizations are looking to leverage CCM technology to transform their business for the future. Together, DocVentive and CoTé will employ synergies to assist organizations monetize their investments in CCM.
From DocVentive, companies get industry-leading expertise in document publishing products and services; while CoTé compliments this with proven CCM solution implementation capability across all major CCM software platforms. Together, DocVentive and CoTé will help organizations employ CCM more efficiently and effectively, by collaborating in the following key areas:
- Advisory Services assisting clients maximize their CCM investment by achieving specific goals and objectives and planning execution strategies toward this end.
- Implementation Services assisting clients with large and complex CCM program implementations.
- Solution Migration Services to facilitate streamlined conversions between various CCM platforms enabled through specific application and domain expertise.
- Specialist Augmentation Services through the provision of specialist overflow and staff augmentation services.
“We are very excited to partner with CoTé” said Bill Favara, Managing Partner of DocVentive. “Our alliance will enable both organizations an expanded global footprint while offering a broader range of services and solutions. CoTé has a reputation for excellence based on its ability to add value and deliver tangible outcomes in CCM business capability utilizing their technical experts who are certified across multiple CCM platforms primarily in Australia and Asia Pacific regions”.
“We are thrilled to be embarking upon this partnership with DocVentive. We look forward to working closely with the DocVentive Team to leverage their unique Oracle expertise to support various upcoming CCM Documaker implementations in the Australasian region and to developing our more broader joint cross-platform services offering in the U.S.” said Hidde Van der Leest, Executive General Manager of CoTé.
DocVentive is a provider of professional services and document automation solutions to the Utilities, Insurance, and Financial services markets. An authority in content management and publishing, DocVentive has a proven track record of implementing mission-critical solutions and developing innovative products and cloud-based services for the U.S. Insurance market. As an Oracle Gold Partner, DocVentive also offers unparalleled services and solutions around the Oracle Documaker family of solutions, including Documaker Enterprise Edition. Founded by some of the original executives & architects behind Docucorp, our partners have over 35 years of hands-on experience building industry-leading products and delivering premiere professional services to over 500 customers in the P&C, Life, and Surplus Lines Insurance market. Headquartered in Atlanta, GA, DocVentive services a wide range of companies with document automation and publishing needs, ranging from legacy print conversions to interactive on-demand publishing solutions.
CoTé specialise in helping organisations improve customer engagement and streamline business processes, solving a range of business challenges across enterprise information management, through enabling cloud technology, independent advisory services and professional services underpinned by an ICT College.
In terms of Customer Communications Management (‘CCM’), CoTé are Australia’s leading Provider of Officially Certified Implementation Services across all major CCM Software Solution Platforms including Thunderhead.com, HP Exstream Dialogue, GMC Printnet, OpenText Streamserve, Oracle Documaker and Ecrion. Organisations that CoTé support in this regard include Australasia’s largest banks, insurers, wealth management providers and utilities.