This year DocsCorp celebrates its 10-year anniversary as a global software company, with offices and support staff in Australia, North America and Europe. It has over 250,000 end users in more than 3,000 organizations in 32 countries.
10 Years in the Making
The DocsCorp story began in 2003 in Sydney, Australia as a small start-up, developing applications for the financial services industry. The company began by developing pdfDocs, which provided additional functionality and capability to existing accounting applications to enhance productivity and workflow. Within two years, DocsCorp counted more than 700 small to medium sized accounting practices as clients. It had 95 of the top 100 accounting practices in Australia as clients as well as a large number of law firms and government agencies.
Since those early days, DocsCorp now provides out-of-the-box integration with more than 30 leading ECM systems, including Autonomy, Objective, LexisNexis, OpenText, NetDocuments, ProLaw and Worldox. It has continued to develop new software applications, and improve its existing technologies.
In 2005, DocsCorp expanded into North America, developing a strong network of resellers around the country. DocsCorp now has some 800 organizations using its products including Legal, Financial Services, Government and commercial clients. DocsCorp has its own large sales and support team in multiple locations across the North America, assisting its clients across the Americas.
Expansion into Europe also began in 2005 with some significant wins in Scandinavian resources, manufacturing, commercial and government sectors. Since then its European operation has gone from strength to strength with DocsCorp claiming many of the UK's largest law firms, major accounting practices and corporations as clients.
DocsCorp has its own dedicated customer support and sales team based in its London office supporting its European clients. Its software is available in several languages other than English; French, Spanish, German and Norwegian.
DocsCorp has also become a key technology provider to other software companies around the world, licensing its compareDocs document comparison SDK to companies including SAP, Reckon (Quickbooks), Microsystems, and a number of the world's largest banking groups.