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Ephesoft receives partner of the year honour from Alfresco

Alfresco Software as named Ephesoft has been named FY2020 Global Technology Partner of the Year due to the company’s achievements in digital innovation, future vision and customer alignment.

Alfresco noted that with the release of new technology and business integrations, Ephesoft extends the Alfresco Digital Business Platform with artificial intelligence and machine learning-driven document capture arena in ways that have not been done before, supporting an enterprise's digital transformation.

Over the past year, Ephesoft tripled its year-on-year growth rate, and puts this down to its document capture solutions.

The company has also made significant investments in AWS cloud services and open standards, which Alfresco also supports, offering faster processing speeds. Both companies also support Linux and Windows operating systems.

According to a statement, Ephesoft and Alfresco are both focused on solving content acquisition and management challenges in government and specifically in federal and public sectors, financial services, insurance, manufacturing and healthcare, and other industries.

In their go to market strategies, Alfresco and Ephesoft have seen an increase in new opportunities together in the last few months.

The relationship has also grown in regions globally, as the partners target global organisations and regional companies.

Alfresco Worldwide Alliances and Channels senior vice president Scott Elliott says, “We’ve been strategic technology partners with Ephesoft for many years, but this past year we’ve seen Ephesoft stand out in its journey of creating new, innovative solutions for our mutual worldwide customers using the Alfresco Digital Business Platform.

“Ephesoft integrates with Alfrescos modern, cloud-based, open source content services, which offers tremendous value when the solutions are paired. Together, we deliver a more comprehensive content services solution for customers.”

Ephesoft founder and CEO Ike Kavas says, “We are honoured to accept Alfrescos Global Technology Partner of the Year.

“At Ephesoft, we believe digital transformation has failed many companies because their data lacks context. We are here to change that.

“Ephesoft and Alfrescos goals are aligned from a customer enablement perspective as well as a technology viewpoint of applying a context driven productivity approach to digital transformation initiatives to enterprises all over the world. I am excited to bring this partnership to the next level to make a game-changing impact for our clients.”

Ephesoft focuses on Context Driven Productivity solutions, which are designed for organisations to maximise productivity and enhance autonomous enterprise through contextual content acquisition, process enrichment and amplifying the value of enterprise data.

The Ephesoft Semantik Platform turns flat data into useful information for data scientists, business users and customers with meaningful data to automate and amplify their business processes.

Customers employ Ephesoft’s platform to accelerate nearly any process and drive high value from their content. Ephesoft is headquartered in Irvine, Calif., with regional offices throughout the US, EMEA and Asia Pacific.

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