Docufree Declares Strategic Collaboration with Allied Global to Deliver Cloud-Enabled Content Services

Docufree | January 07, 2022

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Docufree, a top provider of enterprise information management (EIM) and digital business process services, announced a strategic collaboration with Allied Global, a provider of business support and IT technology services based in Guatemala City, Guatemala, Central America. The contract will allow Allied Global to offer Docufree's cloud-enabled document-management solutions to its developing customer base.

 "Docufree is always on quest for strategies to increase our document-management and business process services solutions globally, and this new partnership with Allied Global is an ideal fit. Our cloud-based content services align with Allied Global's goal to incorporate the best technology solutions for its consumers, and the many businesses it serves.”

David Winkler, executive vice president and chief product officer at Docufree

Allied Global is spread across the globe, with offices in the Philippines, Honduras, Mexico, Guatemala, and the United States, delivering BPS services to customers with call centers, app, and technology management delivery via its technology services aspect.

The Docufree Document Cloud platform delivers advanced SaaS technologies and digital services to swap legacy, manual business processes, helping companies digitally share, capture, secure, and manage the utilization of enterprise information with workflow automation, cloud-enabled document management, and digital signature software and services.

"Our collaboration with Docufree provides opportunity an to scale our document services business to elevated heights and improve capacity," said Oscar Garcia, CTO for Allied Global.

With Docufree's spontaneous edge and cloud-enabled access, users can quickly search for and locate content from anywhere. Advanced search tools ease document retrieval from within the platform or from the applications businesses use every day. The solution is supported by top security protocols; in-transit encryption, and user permissions, so content is always protected and only available to authorized identities.


Organizations are adopting cloud at a fast pace and migration of critical enterprise information resources can be a challenge when dealing with a complex and big data landscape. Building the right data services architecture can help alleviate the pain points.


Organizations are adopting cloud at a fast pace and migration of critical enterprise information resources can be a challenge when dealing with a complex and big data landscape. Building the right data services architecture can help alleviate the pain points.

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