Adapting develops and implements information systems to transform companies into "zero paper" companies. Adapting has a R & D laboratory (Adapting-Lab) specializing in information technologies for enterprise content management that allows organizations to have self-developed software and to integrate with the most reputable commercial technologies.

Adapting has an international network of partners that help

provide consulting projects, development and integration.

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