South River Technologies

South River Technologies

South River Technologies is a provider of file management and file collaboration software for business, government, and education markets. The company focuses on software that allows users to access, manage, and share files over the internet in order to automate and streamline business processes.

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HQ Location
United States
Year Founded
2001
Employees
12
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