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NZ partners swept in the UpFlow as company launches local office

Document capture company UpFlow is setting its sights on New Zealand, which the company says is 'great news' for its New Zealand partners.

UpFlow's expansion is the result of PSIGEN distribution rights extensions, including its PSIcapture and PSIfusion capture solutions, into Australia and the South Pacific.

The company, which distributes document management and workflow automation software to resellers, has previously been delivering its solutions via channel partners in Australia since 2011.

"New Zealand has a very strong economy and its people are highly innovative. We look forward to providing outstanding service to our New Zealand partners and their customers", says Steven Chenery, UpFlow CEO.

UpFlow's existing partner network now becomes accessible to New Zealand partners, providing more resources in pre and post-sales processes, including cloud-based products and services.

Air New Zealand is one of the named New Zealand partners to incorporate UpFlow's services, as they looked to incorporate PSIGEN products across its business to increase efficiency and productivity and ultimately benefit its customers.

Partners now have access to the UpFlow Partner Portal, which includes a knowledge base, ticketing system, solution consultants and engineers, partner price books, scheduled training programmes and additional product lines.

Chris Manning will help to run UpFlow's New Zealand operations and will be the primary point of contact for all New Zealand business. The company says Manning is a "business re-engineering expert" and one of the world's most senior PSIcapture consultants.

UpFlow was recently named PSIGEN's 2016 International Partner of the Year. Find out more about UpFlow here

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