TMW inks strategic alliance with Microdea

At its annual TransForum Users Conference here, TMW Systems announced that it has signed a “strategic alliance agreement” with Microdea, a provider of integrated document management and workflow solutions.

DALLAS. At its annual TransForum Users Conference here, TMW Systems announced that it has signed a “strategic alliance agreement” with Microdea, a provider of integrated document management and workflow solutions. The deal will allow TMW to resell a new co-branded version of Microdea’s document management software solutions called TMW-Synergize. According to TMW, this alliance will bring “improved enterprise document management and workflow to TMW Customers.”

Under the agreement, TMW will offer Microdea’s enterprise document management and workflow solutions to complement its enterprise transportation software applications. TMW said there would be a “special focus on business process improvement and automation.”

TMW added that the new TMW-Synergize solution “will be unique in the depth of integration and value to the TMW Systems software offering, adding a strong return on investment (ROI) component for customers.” The company noted it will continue to develop, support and enhance both its existing imaging product as well as integrations to other partner imaging solutions.

“After many years of close co-operation with TMW, this partnership is a natural next step to provide industry-oriented solutions,” said Michael Ruskin, president of Microdea.

“We are excited to be able to offer customers such a comprehensive enterprise document management and workflow solution with the new TMW-Synergize product line,” said David Wangler, president & CEO of TMW Systems. “The ability to capture and automate document images early in the business cycle will allow companies to greatly compress time, reduce labor, and save costs in billing, payroll, driver management and other critical business processes.”

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