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Newgen and Fuji Xerox Singapore Enter into Strategic Partnership

SINGAPORE, January 23, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --

Forge collaboration to jointly leverage opportunities in Singapore

Newgen Software, a leading global provider of Business Process Management (BPM), Enterprise Content Management (ECM), and Customer Communication Management (CCM) solutions has entered into an agreement with Fuji Xerox Singapore to drive strategic initiatives in the Singaporean market. Fuji Xerox in Singapore is the country's leading provider of new class document solutions. The partnership will enable Fuji Xerox to leverage Newgen's indomitable strengths in Digital Transformation through BPM, ECM and CCM solutions.

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The partnership comes at an important juncture, with both Fuji Xerox and Newgen looking to enhance outreach in APAC markets.

Mr. Diwakar Nigam, Managing Director, Newgen Software commenting on this development said "I consider this to be a very vital development. The partnership with Fuji Xerox comes at an opportune time as we consolidate our efforts in APAC. Singapore is an important market and our partnership with Fuji Xerox means we access the market with a strong established partner and jointly create greater value for our clients. "

Speaking on this partnership Mr. Bert Wong, CEO, Fuji Xerox Singapore said "We see great value in this newly forged alliance with Newgen. Having been present in Singapore for close to five decades, we realized that we need to invigorate offerings to our clients. Given Newgen's strong performance in all major platforms of digital transformation, we believe that we have chosen the right partner for the task in hand. "

Newgen and Fuji Xerox Singapore entered into the partnership in December 2013. Industry players are seeing this as an intelligent move. This partnership will give both organizations a competitive edge which perhaps none of the other existing players in the market can lay claim to.

About Newgen

Newgen Software is a leading global provider of Business Process Management (BPM), Enterprise Content Management (ECM), Customer Communication Management (CCM), Document Management System (DMS), Workflow and Process Automation. The company has a global footprint of 1000 installations in over 50 countries with large, mission-critical solutions that have been deployed at the world's leading Banks, Insurance firms, BPO's, Healthcare Organizations, Government, Telecom Companies & Shared Service Centers.

Website :  http://www.newgensoft.com

About Fuji Xerox Singapore

Established in 1965, Fuji Xerox Singapore is the country's leading provider of new class document solutions. The company offers an unparalleled portfolio of document technologies, services, software, supplies and document-centric outsourcing. Supported by an unrivalled team of industry leading professionals, Fuji Xerox Singapore is committed to help its customers achieve increased productivity and process efficiency gains through innovative document solutions, while meeting their sustainability objectives and reducing costs. For more information, please visit us at http://www.fujixerox.com.sg/

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