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Hyland OnBase gains extra Kiwi presence with Techtonics

26 Nov 15

Enterprise content management vendor Hyland has expanded its Kiwi presence, partnering with Techtonics.

Techtonics will provide support for Hyland’s OnBase ECM solution, with consulting, implementation and enablement services and offering OnBase to current and new customers.

Bob Dunn, Hyland Australia country manager, says the vendor is committed to the channel in New Zealand.

“The partnership [with Techtonics] presents an excellent opportunity for Hyland to continue to support existing customers and add in-region technical experience to support distinct vertical markets such as insurance, healthcare and local government,” Dunn says.

Ross Bidmead, Techtonics chairman, says there is a gap in the New Zealand market at the moment for an offering such as OnBase, which provides ECM, business process management and case management in a single platform.

On-premise, hybrid and cloud deployment options are avilable. The company was listed as a leader in Gartner’s 2015 Magic Quadrant for ECM for the sixth consecutive year.

“We see a strong opportunity for OnBase within many industries including government, insurance and healthcare sectors,” Bidmead says.

“The OnBase hybrid approach for deployment coupled with a comprehensive training program will build upon both companies’ strong reputation for customers support, creating an environment for success in the New Zealand market,” he adds.

Hyland’s existing partners in New Zealand include ECM360 and Recall.

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