Docufree, a provider of business support and IT technology services headquartered in Guatemala City, Guatemala, Central America. The agreement will provide Allied Global with the ability to offer Docufree’s cloud-based document-management solutions to its growing customer base.
“Docufree is always looking for strategies to expand our document-management and business process services offerings globally, and this new partnership with Allied Global is a perfect fit,” said David Winkler, executive vice president and chief product officer at Docufree. “Our cloud-based content services nicely align with Allied Global’s mission to implement the best technology solutions for its customers, and the many industries it serves.”
Allied Global spans the globe, with offices in the Philippines, Mexico, Guatemala, Honduras, and the United States, delivering BPS services to clients with call centers, app and technology management delivery through its technology services vertical.
The Docufree® Document Cloud platform delivers modern SaaS technologies and digital services replacing outdated, manual business processes helping organizations digitally capture, secure, share and manage the use of enterprise information with cloud-based document-management, workflow automation and digital signature software and services.
“Our partnership with Docufree allows us to scale our document services business to greater heights and increased capacity” said Oscar Garcia, CTO for Allied Global. “It will also help us create digital, information-driven environments for our customers, where entire organizations can better access documents and improve workflow automation to deliver the right information to the right people—where and when they need it.”
With Docufree’s intuitive interface and cloud-based access, users can quickly search and locate content from anywhere—at any time. Robust search tools make it easy to retrieve documents from inside the platform or from the applications businesses use every day. The solution is backed by world-class security protocols; in-transit encryption, and user permissions so content is always locked down and only available to those who are authorized to see it.