DocuWare was honored to receive a Frank Award for Best ECM/Document Management Software Provider. The award is given by The Cannata Report which is the leading intelligence resource for imaging resellers within the business technology, managed services, and imaging industry. Award winners were announced at the publication’s 37th Annual Awards and Charities Gala, held on November 10 of this year. The award winners are chosen based on the results of an Annual Dealer Survey conducted earlier this year.
“For DocuWare to win the Best ECM/Document Management Award is an honor. Especially as this is an award where the dealer community votes. It is rewarding to see the trust and value our Partners place in us and in our solution. The presentation of the Frank Awards is an industry event we look forward to every year.” Jim Roberts, President, DocuWare Corporation said.In recognition of DocuWare’s close and productive relationship with its Partners, CJ Cannata, president and CEO, at The Cannata Report commented that “DocuWare continues to sign new dealers, and many choose the company as their entry point into ECM. Our Annual Dealer Survey reveals that dealers appreciate the training and support that DocuWare provides, particularly the emphasis on solutions selling to prepare them to assist in their customer’s digital transformation with DocuWare products.”
Ricoh USA and Kyocera Document Solutions America were among the other Frank Award winners. In addition, a special award was presented to Larry Weiss, CEO of Atlantic Tomorrow’s Office – a long-standing Authorized DocuWare Partner. He received the Frank G. Cannata Philanthropy Award for his support of a wide variety of charitable organizations, including The Mariano Rivera Foundation, the National Kidney Foundation and the Jillian Fund.
The Gala raised $180,000 to create the Marie Cusumano Endowed Scholarship at Hackensack Meridian School of Medicine, located in Nutley, NJ. To date, The Cannata Report’s Annual Awards & Charities Gala has raised $1.5 million for endeavors funded by Hackensack Meridian Health and has collectively raised over $3 million for many charitable organizations nationwide.
DocuWare’s participation and support of this fundraising event align with our company’s corporate social responsibility initiatives. For example, one of our continuing initiatives is to support local students interested in careers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) through customized, fully funded educational programs. We also extend the reach of our philanthropic spirit through our global network of 800 DocuWare partners by supporting the nonprofits with whom they work.
To learn more about the awards and certifications that make our solutions reliable, compliant and easy to use, visit https://start.docuware.com/compliance-and-certifications.