DocuWare’s information security management system meets all the requirements laid out by international standard ISO/IEC-27001. This was recently confirmed when DocuWare, a global document management leader, was certified by the German Quality Management Academy (DQM).

To ensure the best possible product quality, several security mechanisms must be implemented within a company. The international standard ISO/IEC-27001 spells out the requirements for the manufacturing, installation, monitoring, maintenance and improvement of a documented information security management system as it reflects the IT risks of an organization. DocuWare’s information security management system fulfills all requirements of the ISO/IEC-27001 standard. The certificate provided by the German Quality Management Academy (DQM) was for the category of “Manufacturing of Standard Software for Document Management” and this is valid until May 2016.

Third-party checks help guarantee quality
Since 2012, the software producer has been ISO-9001 certified three consecutive times for its Quality Management System (QMS). The international recognition that DocuWare consistently receives for its product quality was further validated in 2013. Again for a third time, DocuWare garnered the highest honor (five stars) from Buyers Laboratory Inc., a specialist in providing independent reviews for the imaging industry.

About DocuWare
From Documents to Value: DocuWare enables any size organization - in any industry - to transform documents into valuable capital. Regardless of format or source DocuWare automates business processes and workflows by electronically managing and sharing documents. Documents are readily available, where and when needed; one search quickly locates related documents.

Whether as an on-premise or as a cloud solution, DocuWare provides all the components needed for Enterprise Content Management. These solutions are highly scalable, offer a low Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) and DocuWare is ISO Certified, FDA Compliant and rated 5-Star by Buyers Lab Inc. (BLI).

DocuWare (founded 1988) ranks among the world’s leading Document Management software companies. The company operates worldwide from Germering near Munich and from New Windsor, New York with subsidiaries in the UK, Spain and France. Its products are available in 70 countries and 16 languages to over 100,000 users in approximately 10,000 installations.

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