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Provoke solutions Partner with Qorus software

MEDIA RELEASE | PROVOKE SOLUTIONS LTD

18 June 2014

Provoke solutions Partner with Qorus software

Provoke Solutions today announced a new partnership with Qorus Software, a global provider of document automation solutions which integrate with Microsoft SharePoint, Microsoft Word and PowerPoint.

The partnership further strengthens Provoke’s product strategy and indicates their commitment to offering a carefully selected array of applications which extend their core Microsoft technologies. Provoke’s Partner Director, Ian Oliver, comments, “Our partnerships with like-minded companies such as Qorus is central to our ethos of having the best available tools, to deliver value to our customers. When we couple our years of SharePoint consulting and technical expertise with the right partner applications, built by companies who are experts in their own fields, our solutions are at their strongest and have measurable positive impact in the businesses we’re developing them for.”

Qorus Software’s CEO, Ray Meiring seconded these sentiments regarding the partnership stating, “Provoke has a great reputation for delivering innovative, attractive and easy-to-use business applications on the SharePoint platform. They are a long-term Microsoft Gold Partner and have a global reach – all of which makes them a significant company to partner with and we look forward to the on-going growth of this relationship.”

Qorus Software is a Microsoft Gold Partner and experts in document automation solutions. DocGeneration is Qorus Software’s flagship product and works within SharePoint to automate the generation and customization of business documents by dynamically merging Microsoft Word and PowerPoint templates with live data and content stored in SharePoint, as well as other enterprise systems. Qorus solutions can be used across departments and document type, including RFP responses, contracts, policies and presentations, to name just a few.

“It wasn’t a hard decision to partner with Qorus. As soon as we became aware of what they deliver and their business focus, the strategic alignment between our two organisations was abundantly clear. More productive document management and collaboration, and improved workflow, are two of the most in-demand objectives for our customers, and both are at the heart of what SharePoint is designed to do. The ability to significantly level up this functionality in our solutions, thanks to Qorus’s product set, which integrate so seamlessly, is a definite win”, said Oliver

The partnership with Qorus starts immediately and will be delivered through all four of Provoke’s locations worldwide.

ENDS


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