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FileBound Australia partners up with integration solutions vendor

25 May 16

FileBound Australia, a provider of document and work management software and services, has signed a distribution agreement with RatchetSoft, developer of Ratchet-X - the desktop application integration tool.

As a result, Ratchet-X has been added to the FileBound Australia product roster to increase integration capabilities of the company's document and work management solution.

RatchetSoft is a desktop application integration software company that enables computer users to link all the systems they use without having to modify those systems. The company's flagship product, Ratchet-X, is broadly used in many industries to reduce the effort necessary to perform application integrations in a unified fashion, thus significantly reducing the time and expense associated with these efforts, according to the company.

"Organisations of any shape and size get the greatest return on their technology investment when they can integrate ECM solutions with as many line of business applications as possible," says Joe Labbe, CEO for RatchetSoft.

"This partnership with FileBound Australia allows us to deliver our products into the Asia Pacific region leveraging their strong distribution experience and existing channel structure,” he says.

"We needed a platform that would further broaden our strong integration capability by adding user driven, ad-hoc integration possibilities" says Lee Bourke, chief executive officer of FileBound Australia.

"Ratchet-X provides this and a whole lot more. We are certain our technology partners will find many customer opportunities for deploying these innovative integration methods,” Bourke says.

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