Leading document technology company goes Platinum

20th Jan

A Hull-based firm that specialises in document management technology has been awarded a coveted partnership with one of the world’s leading software providers.

Anota, based in Inglemire Lane, has been awarded DocuWare Platinum Partner status for 2021, after what its manager said had been an incredibly challenging but successful 2020.

The award marks a major achievement for the company, a long-time Gold Partner, and shows that its commitment to innovation and customer service has been recognised by both client partners and DocuWare during a tumultuous 2020.

As a leading document management system consultancy, Anota has been at the heart of the expansion of
DocuWare and its enabling of businesses to continue working remotely and drive out cost savings.

“This a significant and well-deserved award,” said Antony Dickson (above), managing director at Anota, “and I am extremely proud of the whole team. To have performed to such a high standard and delivered this level of growth and success during what has been a challenging year is testament to their commitment to our many industry client partners.”

The news comes in the wake of recent milestones and successes including:

  • 30% staff increase in 2020 to support continued growth.
  • Global certification of internally developed VertoSuite Line Items software by
    DocuWare Europe.
  • Agreement on a US distribution deal for said integration software.
  • Celebrating the company’s10-year anniversary in 2021.

Antony added: “We continue to go from strength to strength and having our technical and development teams based in Hull means that we are surrounded by innovative companies and creative thinkers with whom we can and do partner. Our plans for 2021 will see us expand across Europe and Australia, continuing to innovate and help organisations of all sizes streamline their business processes.”

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