ISIS Papyrus Software

ISIS Papyrus Software

ISIS Papyrus Software is a commercial software development group providing consolidated customer communication and adaptive process management systems serving enterprises in the financial, utility, telecommunications, healthcare, insurance and public sectors.

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HQ Location
Austria
Year Founded
1991
Employees
270
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