French business software vendor CSE Systems will release a series of additions to its Workflow 5.0 workflow management application.
The company will launch three elements at the Cebit trade show in Hanover next month.
Web Desk is designed to limit download time from the Internet, while One Source and Net Right Image increase the ability to coordinate business processes.
The company has also begun to talk to new partners in the UK, where it opened offices last August, with a view to expanding into the manufacturing sector. ?Our product is suitable for anyone whose business involves customer service,? Bird said.
Patrick Baudouin, vice president of sales and marketing, added that, despite potential future growth in the UK, ?our focus is on software development and we allow our partners and systems integrators to provide local support, and this is better for end users.?
The workflow product has been available since 1991. Defending it against competitive systems, marketing manager Robert Hufsky said: ?It is the only system that supports encrypted transmission for the transportation of documents between the client and the server. It could be intercepted at server level, but not deciphered."
CSE has traditionally offered its clients - mainly in government, telecomms, utilities and legal and financial sectors - ?an evolutionary approach? to implementing workflow, said Tom Bird, business development manager.
He added: ?We do not try to barge into a company and change everything from day one, we work together with our clients to improve the performance of systems they use on their existing infrastructures.?
CSE was bought in December last year by Louis Leitz and became a subsidiary of the privately held stationer and analogue information systems company, founded in 1871.
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