DocAuthority partners with C-STEM to harness data management market

DocAuthority, the document control solutions provider, has announced a partnership with IT solutions and professional services provider C-STEM. C-STEM supports business with consultancy, providing guidance on how to enhance productivity, maximise value and reduce operational and commercial risk across the entire IT estate. 

The partnership with DocAuthority will see C-STEM support client assesments, helping to foster customer understanding of the unstructured data which they hold, and how they can drive ROI by taking an AI-based approach to data management. 

“C-STEM’s relationship with DocAuthority is exciting as its technology fits perfectly with the complementary and hassle-free aspect of all our core offerings,” says Andrew Brown, Managing Director at C-STEM. “The combination of DocAuthority and C-STEM allows customers to very quickly identify the true risk and value of the unstructured data they hold and report it in a visual way. Being able to quickly apply business context to this data significantly reduces compliance risTIMESHEks, reduces heavy and costly demands on time and resource, and improves the outcomes of their information governance programs. Our customers also realise the overall improvement in productivity across the organisation by users having access to the correct information in the correct location when needed.”  

“C-STEM is skilled at creating value for its customers by providing a combination of  complementary IT technology and expertise, empowering productivity and value assurance,” comments Colin Woodland, Head of Europe, DocAuthority. “The data management market is growing rapidly and it’s never been more important for us to have the right partners onboard. C-STEM are an obvious fit for DocAuthority. It is clear they have achieved a trusted advisor status with their existing customers and have the in-depth experience and knowledge to help us achieve our goals.”

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