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Anuva in international mode after only 4 months!

NZ Software Company in international mode after only 4 months!

Auckland based Anuva Corporation has announced their expansion into the Australian market with the appointment of Melbourne based 'Softcell Online Systems' as the inaugural Australian partner / reseller for 'Anuva' Document and Knowledge Management software.

"We're absolutely stoked to have the opportunity to spearhead the introduction of Anuva to the Australian market." says Greg Jaggers, Managing Director of Softcell. "There is definitely a need for a low cost, easy to implement, intuitive document and knowledge management system"

This announcement comes only 4 months after the commercial launch of Anuva in New Zealand, in March 2003. Also due soon are announcements detailing integration deals with two internationally known companies, and the outcome of expansion plans into Singapore, Malaysia and further afield.

The Australian appointment was marked with a press release from Softcell entitled "Finally, document and knowledge management software for SME's is in the marketplace".

"Things really are happening quickly!" says Richard Burton, Managing Director of Anuva "But it is a fair reflection on the fact that there really is a lot of excitement around what Anuva is and does, We've had approaches from as far away as France from companies interested in becoming partners and this will only intensify with the attention that the integration deals we're working through will bring"

Document & knowledge management is widely recognized as the 'next challenge' for business and is a key factor in both competitive advantage and productivity gains.

Anuva document and knowledge management has been specifically designed and priced for small and medium sized organisations. Until now document and knowledge management software has been the domain of large corporates with I.T. budgets to match, due to complexity, expense and extensive administration requirements.

Anuva utilizes a new approach to finding and managing information within a company with intuitive dynamic retrieval of documents and/or the information within documents instead of traditional folder structures as a core part of it's functionality.

Burton: "Anuva represents the chance for smaller organisations to experience the efficiency gains resulting from electronic document & knowledge management without having to pay the earth".

"Currently the way businesses use their own documents is like using the internet without a search engine" asserts Burton "Anuva changes all that and then some - and we challenge anyone to take a look at it and disagree!"

Anuva is tightly integrated with Microsoft Office suite.

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