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Compart and Gdoc expand their partnership to the Iberian Peninsula

From a single source: scalable software and integration expertise for multi-channel document processing

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Compart and Gdoc, the specialist in systems integration for document-intensive critical business processes (both ECM and CCM/Output Management solutions), are expanding their cooperation. Effective immediately, Gdoc will market and sell all solutions from Compart (DocBridge family) in Spain and Portugal. The contract was signed at the beginning of this year.

For several years the companies have enjoyed a successful cooperation in Great Britain, Ireland, France and French-speaking Switzerland, and will now focus on Spain and Portugal as well. Harald Grumser, founder and CEO of Compart:

“Gdoc is a heavyweight on the Iberian Peninsula. With its expertise, we expect major sales momentum, because the region has considerable market potential.”

Above all, Compart benefits from its partner’s experience in integrating OM components into existing IT infrastructures. Grumser also underscores Gdoc’s extensive expertise in performing audits in the output management environment.

Philippe Filippi, Regional Manager of Southern Europe at Compart France S.A.S., adds: “The partnership is a powerful alliance of market-leading solutions and proven integration know-how for linking legacy systems and new applications.”

Companies therefore receive technologies and services from a single source, enabling them to effectively modernize their document processing while saving resources and securing their investment, according to Filippi.

Jesus Martinez, Group Executive Director at Gdoc, states: “Compart has internationally recognized expertise in processing documents of different formats and types for every physical and electronic channel. Together with our services, it will be easier to set up innovative, multi-channel-capable communication platforms for companies of every size, industry, and structure.”

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