SHAZAM Acquires Digital Filing Solutions, Adds FileX Solution To Enhance Core Product Suite
posted by Paul Waltz on Wednesday, March 3, 2021 in SHAZAM Blog
Exciting SHAZAM news to share with you as we add to our portfolio of services. On March 1, SHAZAM acquired software company Digital Filing Solutions (DFS), developer of FileX, an all-in-one software solution for document imaging and management.
For more than 10 years, SHAZAM has partnered with Digital Filing Solutions to offer FileX, a powerful document management solution, to our core banking clients. We’ve seen firsthand how FileX helps clients to be more efficient and productive, to work securely and collaborate with other team members, whether across the hall or across the world.
During those 10 years, we’ve also witnessed the exceptional service DFS has offered our clients, and we couldn’t help but be impressed.
The DFS team and their service mentality will be a fantastic addition to our SHAZAM team. FileX will be a great addition to our complete portfolio of services. Secure, efficient document management in this evolving digital world is critical.
FileX will soon become a standard, seamless component of the SHAZAM core banking system, and will also be available to clients we serve with processing and debit network services.
SHAZAM is owned by our members, the community financial institutions we serve day in and day out. This means our focus is squarely on offering the services our clients — our owners — need to compete and grow.
Our mission? Strengthening community financial institutions.
Find out more about DFS and the FileX product by reading the entire news release on SHAZAM Company News.
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