Tuesday, November 22, 2016

Worldox Annual Conference in Phoenix

Following on from our recent launch of www.worldoxcloud.uk and continued development with document software company World Software Corporation, Copyrite's David Beale and Ben Summerfield recently attended the Worldox Annual Conference which was held for the second year in succession at the Phoenix Marriott hotel, in Arizona, USA, in their impressive conference facilities (photo)

The Worldox Partner / Reseller Conference, held over 12th - 14th October, was divided into 2 "Tracks":
VAR Technical (attended by Ben) - focused on technical, Upgrading GX3 to GX4, cabinet redesign, DMS conversions and new indexer.
Sales (attended by David) - focused on sales and marketing strategies, knowing your audience and competitive selling strategies.

Over 100 delegates from Australia, Ireland, UK (Copyrite), Canada, Peru, Brazil and USA attended this annual event.

Conference Key Speakers:
Fred Grossman - Senior VP Worldox -
An enlightening view of his life in computing from the early Atari days, concluding with future developments in Augmented Reality and the software developments for the new Microsoft Hololens

Ray Zweifelhofer - President Worldox -
Sales and product developments, including the forthcoming Worldox Connect mobility powered by Workshare, securely share and collaborate documents. 

Katie Kennedy - Director of Sales and Marketing Affinity -
Marketing with Social Media and building business networks

A few of the Solution - Partner Exhibitors:
Workshare, San Francisco
Trumpet, Phoenix USA
Bundledocs, Cork Ireland
DocsCorp, Mississippi USA

Copyrite will be developing relationships with some of these Worldox Solution-Partners to offer as Worldox add-ons products in the UK. 

We spoke to David and Ben about the conference:

"Having decided to make the most of the long flight to Phoenix by including annual holiday, my wife and I thoroughly enjoyed the warm welcome and hospitality of both the locals and the Worldox community. Being my first time meeting the whole Worldox team, it was very reassuring to get the sense of scale, ability, passion and skills possessed by them. As my focus is on how we deliver effective marketing, be prepared for some informative tweets, posts, articles, case studies and anything else that I can think of that may be of interest!"

Ben: "It's always great to be able to expand our knowledge as the UK provider for the Worldox product suite. Worldox operates in more than 52 countries and has been going for over 20 years, so being able to attend their major international conference opens up a wealth of experience from which we can draw. As ever, I return invigorated, excited and motivated by the discussions we held and the game-changing roadmap Worldox has in store.
Those interested in how to better secure, manage and find documents, watch this space...."

Copyrite is the UK reseller partner for World Software Corporation selling the leading Document Management system (DMS) in the USA, Worldox GX4 and exclusive to the UK www.worldoxcloud.uk a cloud based DMS GX4 based in UK data centre sold on an affordable monthly per user licence fee.
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Friday, November 11, 2016

Case Study - LeAF Academy

LeAF Academy has cut their print costs by 40% within the first month of working with Copyrite

About the Company:
Bournemouth based LeAF Academy is a shared campus with common aims, creating the joint vision for achievement and attainment. 
It consists of Elm Academy, Oak Academy and LeAF Studio. The Academy was established in 2012 and provides education to over 1300 students.

Business Challenges:
LeAF Academy needed to improve service, support and accountability of their print fleet. They had a large number of desktop printers, which were difficult and costly to maintain.
The Academy was spending large amounts on print every month. This was predominantly due to the following reasons:
  • It was not possible to monitor what was being printed and who was printing it
  • There were significant quantities of wasted paper
  • It was not possible to analyse trends between departments and sites
As the Academy offers innovative design technology courses there was a requirement to procure cutting edge 3D printers. A latest technology photo printer was also essential to support photography and media courses.

To find how Copyrite was able to help, and what solutions were put in place, read the rest of the case study on our website.