Members of the industry press recognize a good thing when they see it. Find out what the media is saying about NextPage below.
NextPage named 'Cool Vendor' by Gartner
NextPage has been named a “Cool Vendor in Content Management” by leading IT analyst firm, Gartner. According to Gartner’s report, “Cool vendors in content management appeal to IT and business buyers by addressing their needs to help people relate to information better.” NextPage specializes in “in-place information governance" – a growing information technology segment that provides control and management of unstructured information within a company for legal risk mitigation, cost efficiency, and regulatory compliance, no matter where the information to be managed may be stored.
NextPage selected to present at 2010 Venture Capital Forum - Sept 15th-17th
NextPage was one of ten select technology innovators who presented at the 2010 Venture Capital Forum in Santa Fe, New Mexico on September 15th-17th, 2010. NextPage President and CEO, Darren Lee, presented NextPage’s unique approach for enabling Universal Information Governance to a panel of venture investors.
“Demand for information governance is primarily fueled by discovery request and legal inquiries that leave companies exposed to unseen risk and rocketing cost of litigation, coupled with a tightening regulatory environment. These drivers force large organizations to deal with the cost and risk of being serial litigants inside of a highly regulated industry," said Lee.
In a 2008 Economist Intelligence report on The Future of Information Governance, 77% of 192 Senior Global Fortune 2000 Executives "expect information governance to be important or very important to their company's success over the next three years."
Leading the industry in addressing this trend with its patented technologies, NextPage provides the only Universal Information Governance Solution that seamlessly integrates with an organization's existing infrastructure to actively manage and take action on information regardless of where it's stored.
NextPage awarded 2009 Frost & Sullivan Award for Technology Innovation of the Year
Based on its recent analysis of the conferencing and collaborations solutions market, Frost & Sullivan recognizes NextPage® with the 2009 North American Frost & Sullivan Award for Technology Innovation of the Year for its pioneering efforts in the development of new systems and technologies to enhance the efficiency of document collaboration and management. With the aid of the company's innovative and proprietary NextPage Information Tracking Platform, the next generation of holistic document management could arrive quickly, and potentially change the way enterprises operate.
"With larger Enterprise Content Management (ECM) companies largely focused on high-end, repeatable publishing-type solutions, smaller companies catering to niche domains have emerged, tackling daily regular documents and files that form the essence of today's enterprises," explains Frost & Sullivan Senior Research Analyst Arun Nirmal. "NextPage stands out in this pack with its patent pending NextPage Information Tracking Platform that has become one of industry's best solutions, providing advanced ability to inventory, track, classify and enforce policies across distributed documents within an organization."
NextPage among KMWorld’s 100 Companies that Matter In Knowledge Management
In 2008, NextPage was announced as one of KMWorld’s 100 Companies that Matter in Knowledge Management. The list--in its 8th year--is established with input from various members of the knowledge management industry, including analysts; vendors and their customers; practitioners and theorists.
Hugh McKellar, editor-in-chief of KMWorld, described the uniqueness of being a member of the list, “We have long held that the true essence of knowledge management is an attitude, a single-minded commitment to improvement. And companies on our list simply must emphasize an abiding determination to serve their most important constituency: their customers. They must also show agile innovation combined with a full understanding of the forces that affect, and will affect, their customers.”
President and CEO of NextPage, Darren Lee, commented on receiving the title, “Our message concerning the need to manage the overwhelming number of documents created, shared, and stored at the edge of the network continues to resonate in the industry, and we are honored to be included in this prestigious list."
NextPage named as 2008 InfoWorld Top Technology of the Year
NextPage's was named by the InfoWorld Test Center as one of the 2008 Technology of the Year winners. Each year InfoWorld independently tests and evaluates hundreds of IT products and recognizes the most groundbreaking and valuable products on the IT landscape. NextPage Document Retention was singled out as the most innovative enterprise product in the Data Management category.
“Managing the risk of unstructured and unmanaged information is a top priority for CIO/CSO’s. Enterprises are faced with addressing the risk in a way that protects the organization, while still enabling the business to excel. Our platform for addressing risk does just that,” said Darren Lee, President and CEO of NextPage. “The InfoWorld award is another milestone for our company and showcases our groundbreaking technology as a premier platform for managing documents on the edge, increasing compliance and reducing the cost of e-Discovery.”
Phillip J. Windley of InfoWorld wrote that NextPage “Document Retention is a distributed document management tool that will actually get used. Once installed... [NextPage] Document Retention agents unobtrusively observe document actions on each user’s machine to keep track of documents as they move around the network. Its light touch will dovetail nicely into established workflows.”