"SharePoint Revolution has many years of experience developing custom software solutions for challenging business problems, so there is great synergy between our two companies. We believe it will be a powerful partnership that will help us meet the needs of the US market."
As demand for document automation for SharePoint grows significantly,
Focused on developing solutions with SharePoint and related technologies, SharePoint Revolution is well positioned to target several key markets in the US, including
"As well as their geographical strength, their insight, expertise and experience in financial services and the legal industry will be a strong complement to our existing partner channel and I look forward to working together going forward, " said Meiring.
SharePoint Revolution is focused on SharePoint training and document automation, with a lead of Qorus DocGeneration and K2. They offer SharePoint, Qorus, and K2 consulting and training through
ABOUT QORUS SOFTWARE
Qorus DocGeneration is
The company also offers a Sales Proposal Automation and RFP Collaboration solution called Qorus Breeze Proposals. This solution is built on the proven Qorus DocGeneration framework and adds specific sales process functionality to the robust framework such as RFP (Request for Proposal) collaboration features, a content library, an innovative "shopping basket" for building customized proposals from approved, re-usable sales content, and a social widget that enables users to suggest good content for inclusion in the content library and for future re-use.
Qorus is a Microsoft Gold Partner (Application Development) whose clients span industries such as financial services, insurance, telecommunications and IT companies and has offices in
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