Xerox Corporation has acquired the assets of WaterWare Internet Services Inc., helping organizations manage and share documents while meeting current industry requirements with ease and confidence.
WaterWare's services include Web application and software development, integration and customization. With the acquisition, Xerox's DocuShare enterprise content management (ECM) platform now includes the ability to capture and manage electronic health records and automate pharmacy orders.
DocuShare also gains WaterWare's professional services team that works with organizations of all sizes to maximize the advantages of the software program.
"By combining WaterWare's expertise in health care and public sector with DocuShare's content management strengths, we've created a system that offers specialized, industry-focused advantages," said David Smith, vice president, DocuShare Business Unit, Xerox Corporation. "In document-intensive industries like these, we've made it easier to speed up and automate many time-consuming work practices so our clients can focus on what matters most, serving their customers."
WaterWare has developed technologies on the DocuShare platform for more than eight years as a systems integrator and has been a Xerox Business Partner since 2003.
About Xerox DocuShare
Xerox DocuShare's capabilities range from basic content services to business process automation and paper-to-digital solutions, including a number of partner offerings for vertical and cross-industry business processes.
SOURCE: Xerox Corporation