Philadelphia, PA (PRWEB) August 2, 2010
Document Depository Corporation (DDC), a company that develops Software as a Service (SaaS) applications which improve workflow efficiency and secure document exchange for companies and their stakeholders, has expanded its national profile with the establishment of an office in Silicon Valley.
The Sunnyvale office places DDC in the heart of both the tech world and the venture community, two groups which can benefit from DDC’s products, BoardPortal and Investment Management Portal (IMP). BoardPortal is used by companies of any size to organize business documents, facilitate board communication, and manage cap tables. IMP is used by alternative investment managers to manage funds, investments, limited partner communications and all associated documents.
“Our move to Silicon Valley is strong evidence of DDC’s growth,” said founder and CEO Farid Naib. “DDC’s technology helps some of the nation’s brightest entrepreneurs realize their ideas and the most innovative companies flourish.”
The new office is led by Chip Wheatley, a former sales executive at Dell, Nokia, Motorola, and Palm. He is DDC’s new Director of Business Development for west coast growth.
“I’m excited to join DDC and help demonstrate its potential to a whole range of companies, from small startups to big, established players,” Wheatley said. “I know very well the business needs of these companies, and how we can meet them.”
For more information about DDC’s products call 800.872.9394 or email DDC at info(at)docdep(dot)com.
DDC creates inter-connected SaaS applications for secure business collaboration, communication and document exchange. This results in an unprecedented aerial view of a business or firm that enables management teams, boards and investors to make better decisions and follow best practices in corporate governance. For more information contact DDC at 800.872.9394 or visit http://www.docdep.com.
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