We supply document technology to the following companies, with which we have partnerships.
Since 1999, Document Genetics has focused on improving document automation, workflow and collaboration for our customers - Simply put, we efficiently turn documents into data and data into documents, and in almost all cases without the need for ANY changes to their business systems.
Whether your business is looking to manage its digital assets more effectively, move over to electronic invoicing, rapidly scan a paper archive or communicate more effectively with your customers, Document Genetics can help automate your entire document management processes; and in the process, cut costs, improve customer service, increase data security and deliver many other tangible benefits.
Better still, 80% of our solutions pay for themselves within 6 months.
Visit Document Genetics’ website for more information: www.document-genetics.co.uk
William Matthew Limited works with the following technology partners as a reseller and first line support
silex UK Distribution
The silex Group is not only the world leader in integrated networked printing technology but also recognised as a leading supplier of USB, serial and WLAN connectivity. Many well-known leading manufacturers of IT peripherals use OEM-licensed silex technologies in their products. The variety of printing devices, USB and serial device servers, internet security and biometry and connectivity solutions as well as the unique wireless iPod provide the right solution for any application (documents, healthcare, production/automation, measuring/weighing).
Visit the silex website for more information: www.silexeurope.com
NoMachine NX UK Partner
WML acts as UK OEM partner for NoMachine, distributing its excellent NX remote desktop software.
Since its official launch onto the market in February 2003 NoMachine has establised itself as the choice in the Enterprise's decision for remote access and terminal services in its migration to the Linux platform.
NoMachine has installations implemented throughout numerous industry sectors, including the fields of technology and communications, in companies such as HP, Google, IBM, Siemens, Motorola, SAP and Philips Semiconductors.
More information about NoMachine is available at their website: www.nomachine.com