NetDocuments, a leading Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) document, email and records management service provider announced today that NetDocuments has been selected by KMWorld Magazine for the Trend-Setting Product list of 2008. This is the second year in a row NetDocuments has been recognized with this award.
"NetDocuments is pleased to be recognized as an eminent provider in the knowledge management industry," said Ken Duncan, CEO of NetDocuments. "Going back to the early 90s our team has been developing trend-setting products and services in the document and knowledge management space that have influenced the industry and more importantly improved efficiency and productivity in the lives of our customers."
Hugh McKellar, KMWorld editor in chief, said, "Each company whose products appear on this list was chosen for one defining characteristic & their ability to deliver robust customer value. This year, we've gone directly to vendors, analysts, system integrators and users to determine which products transcend their promises to produce real-world success."
Designed and developed as an on-demand document service for the Web, NetDocuments is the first true SaaS offering for document and knowledge management. Its patented and scalable technology offers a centralized storage area for documents, emails and records that provide its customers with a one firm view across geographically dispersed offices, as well as enable users to access information from any Internet-connected device, including handheld devices.
KMWorld (www.kmworld.com) is the leading information provider serving the Knowledge Management systems market and covers the latest in Content, Document and Knowledge Management, informing more than 50,000 subscribers about the components and processes - and subsequent success stories - that together offer solutions for improving business performance. KMWorld is a publishing unit of Information Today, Inc.
NetDocuments is leading the industry trend for On Demand document management and collaboration services. Organizations of all sizes can save tens to hundreds of thousands of dollars by eliminating the hardware, system and client software, and ongoing administration of a legacy client-server technology model. With the NetDocuments patented service simply "turned on, business professionals can immediately begin storing, managing and sharing documents throughout the world and on any Internet-connected service device. Founded in 1998 and based in Orem, Utah, NetDocuments has 58,000 users in over 128 countries. For more information about the company and management, go to netdocuments.com.