iDatix Recognized in the “Top 100 Companies That Matter in Knowledge Management” List

Receives Honor for the Third Time from KMWorld

KMW-100-2013CLEARWATER, Fla. February 26, 2013 — For the third year, iDatix Corporation has received the coveted honor of being included as one of only 100 companies recognized in knowledge management. Chosen from a group of over a thousand vendors, this list is compiled by KM practitioners, theorists, analysts, vendors, their customers and colleagues.

“Criteria for inclusion varies, but all companies have things in common. Each has either helped to create a market, redefine one or enhance one, and they all share two things—the velocity of innovation and the agility to serve their customers,” says Hugh McKellar, KMWorld Editor-in-Chief.

The intersection of people, information, and technology has been the cornerstone of the iDatix offering since the company’s inception in 2000. iSynergy, the intelligent document management and workflow automation solution developed by iDatix is built upon a deep understanding that connecting knowledge workers with the information and content required to do their job is key to organizational success.

“All of us at iDatix are honored for the continued recognition in such a competitive space. We want to thank everyone at KMWorld for continuing to push our industry forward and including us on such a prestigious list,” states Jonathan Beaton, Director of Marketing.

With deeply integrated Business Process Automation , Enterprise Content Management and Dynamic Case Management solutions, iDatix has helped organizations such as Lockheed-Martin, AG First Farm Credit, and Forrest General Hospital meet their business objectives by streamlining their processes and simplifying their workplace.

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