PricewaterhouseCoopers Implements Process Based Document Management from cBrain

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PricewaterhouseCoopers Denmark has chosen cBrain as the vendor of their document management system. The solution supports PwCÂ?s project workflow and is integrated with a number of PwCÂ?s other internal systems. Technically the solution is a composite application based on XML, SOA and Web services.

The solution developed by cBrain is a so-called “process based document management solution” which supports PwC’s project workflow and is integrated with a number of PwC’s other internal systems. Technically the solution is a composite application based on XML, SOA and Web services.

PwC has 1,265 employees in Denmark and revenues of more than 1 billion DKK serving 10,000 clients. Larger public companies are facing an increased demand for central archiving and full audit trail of all written business communication (including e-mail) due to the recommendations and guidelines for compliance with Sarbanes-Oxley.

With the experience from the implementation of the PwC system, cBrain is well positioned on this market with an innovative solution that can be implemented faster, less expensive and with much better workflow support than traditional document management systems.

Process based Document Management provides significant advantages for the users because cBrain’s XML plug-ins allows them to use their existing productivity tools, like the Microsoft Office Suite or IBM Notes, as front-end to the central archive. The users will not experience a radical change in their daily routines, but rather that their business processes and information workflow have become simpler and more secure. The implementation of process based document management with central archiving is easier and faster than traditional document management systems.

Our customers include Sonofon, Carlberg, FLS Industries, Clear Channel, PwC, DAB, SEAS, Divas Uncorked, Emperion and many other private and public organizations.

About cBrain Technology

cBrain delivers individualized Business Process Management (BPM) solutions to a variety of business segments, non-profit organizations, governmental agencies and municipalities. cBrain thus challenges 20 years of IT practices of attempting to support all business processes with complicated function based standard systems. cBrain’s innovative design methodology and extensive XML component library produces composite applications that are tailored to support the exact needs and roles of the people involved in the business process knowledge sharing.

For more information, contact: Poul Hebsgaard, 508-229-2774 or pjh@cbrain-technology.com.

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