DocuXplorer is a industry leader in document management software. They provide a desktop application and a cloud-based web client available in English, Spanish, and Arabic.
In addition to their DocuXplorer document managment software, the company also offers document managment consulting services including taxonomy consulting, cloud hosting, document security, and document backup services.
DocuXplorer has offices in North America and South America, allowing them to provide expert document management consulting globally. They were founded 1998.
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