Digital Paper Experiences Growing Demand for Its DigitalPaper Solution.
ALEXANDRIA, Va.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Feb. 27, 2002
- U.S. Army Letterkenny, Volkswagen Mexico, Philadelphia Gear
Expand Investment in Digital Paper's High-Return Solution -
Digital Paper Corporation(TM), an innovative provider of secure technical content exchange and collaboration software, today announced three expanded customer agreements. These agreements reflect Digital Paper's continued success in meeting the demand for quick, high-return solutions in discrete manufacturing -- automotive, aerospace, industrial equipment sectors and government organizations worldwide. DigitalPaper's fast, secure and efficient storage and retrieval capabilities eliminate the bottleneck in business productivity associated with massive paper documents (e.g. engineering drawings, purchase/work orders, RFQs, service tickets, etc.) and provide for the exchange and collaboration of this technical content over the Internet.
"We're pleased that some of the world's leading organizations continue to validate the value of DigitalPaper by expanding its use," said Anthony P. Cook, CMO of Digital Paper. "As companies continue to improve worker productivity by removing process barriers, we will continue to provide customers with solutions that accelerate their business and slash costs."
U.S. Army, Letterkenny Army Depot, serves as the tactical missile repair center for the Department of Defense and provides storage and maintenance operations on tactical missiles and ammunition. Volkswagen, Mexico, a division of the largest automobile manufacturer in Europe, and the fourth largest in the world, offers products in 150 different countries from 43 production facilities worldwide. Philadelphia Gear, a 100-year old manufacturing firm with approximately 400 employees worldwide, offers a full-range of power transmission solutions and engineering and manufacturing expertise to a broad range of industries across the globe.
"The retrieval time that the DigitalPaper solution gives us is critical for our business," says Motty Seal, IT director at Philadelphia Gear. "All the information is in one central location, and with DigitalPaper, we can give our employees around the world instantaneous access to proprietary drawings--which has changed our business completely."
Seal continues, "We are experiencing significant time savings that are resulting in faster after-market service to our customers -- which in turn, results in increased customer satisfaction and a competitive edge for our company."
About Digital Paper Corporation
Headquartered in Alexandria, Va., Digital Paper Corporation is a privately held developer of software solutions that improve customers' business performance by enabling fast, secure collaboration and exchange of intellectual capital over the Internet. Named as one of Fortune magazine's Cool Companies-Hot Ideas 2000, Digital Paper works with more than 250 customers worldwide, including leading discrete manufacturing and government organizations. Digital Paper has implemented solutions at market leaders such as General Electric, Lucent Technologies, Eastman Kodak Company, Ford Motor Company, The Boeing Company, Delphi Automotive Systems, US Department of Defense, Ohio Department of Transportation, and City of Chicago. The Company's equity partners are Columbia Capital, Accenture Technology Ventures, Edison Venture Fund, Longworth Venture Partners and Aether Capital. For additional information about Digital Paper's products and services, please call (888) 215-6677 or visit www.digitalpaper.com.
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