Robie Lewis Heads ColumbiaSoft’s Document Management Services Division

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As Director of Professional Services for the document management software company, Robie Lewis manages a group of information and project management experts that help companies deploy, train, and integrate document management solutions.

ColumbiaSoft's Robie Lewis heads document management professional services division.

ColumbiaSoft is a document management software and solutions company.

Robie’s expertise in so many of the functional areas of business process design and systems, combined with her personable approach with business managers and developers alike, make her uniquely qualified to lead our professional services program.

ColumbiaSoft announced today that Robie Lewis has been named Director of Professional Services, with oversight for a division of the company that helps customers maximize the value of their document management software with a range of custom-tailored services. Lewis, a 25-year veteran information management expert, recently became a Certified Document Imaging Analyst by passing the CompTIA CDIA+ exam, an accomplishment that illustrates her expertise in the technologies and best practices used to plan, design and specify a document imaging system.

"Robie’s expertise in so many of the functional areas of business process design and systems, combined with her personable approach with business managers and developers alike, make her uniquely qualified to lead our professional services program," says David Pogue, executive vice president, ColumbiaSoft. "Her knowledge brings a real advantage to our customers looking to solve information management challenges."

Lewis began her career as a software engineer working with insurance providers to develop and maintain business-critical applications. Later, after joining Computer Sciences Corporation (NYSE: CSC) in 1993, she advanced quickly to become a senior architect and project manager holding responsibility over all phases of software development and implementation. Understanding business processes and turning them into quality solutions has become her specialty. Prior to joining ColumbiaSoft, Lewis was a senior technical analyst for Ameriprise Financial (NYSE: AMP) where she led an international team of analysts and developers in both enhancing the company’s financial offerings as well as converting products from older legacy systems.

ColumbiaSoft’s professional services are an option for customers of its document management software system, Document Locator. Designed for fast installation and simple wizard-driven customization, many customers choose to deploy and configure Document Locator on their own. However, other customers that may not have in-house resources or available time, choose to engage ColumbiaSoft’s professional services team for its expert assistance. The optional services are customized to the needs of each customer, and can encompass everything from project planning, to software installation, to training, to configuration and customization, to business process automation or re-engineering.

About ColumbiaSoft Corporation
ColumbiaSoft is a leader in document management software and services designed to enhance efficiency, reduce risk, and improve collaboration. Information workers use ColumbiaSoft software to manage and share paper and electronic documents, e-mail, faxes, and other electronic files to reduce costs, increase productivity, automate business processes, and meet compliance requirements. As a Microsoft Gold Certified Partner, an Autodesk Authorized Developer, and an Adobe Solutions Network partner, the company’s products fully integrate with popular applications such as Microsoft Windows, Office, Outlook, SharePoint, Adobe Acrobat, AutoCAD, and more. ColumbiaSoft is a privately held company based in Portland, Oregon and was founded in 1998. For more information, visit http://www.documentlocator.com.

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