Fast-growing global tech company garners new investment as enterprise customers increasingly seek Document alternatives to disconnected document tech stacks to power the hybrid workforce.
Connectivity has always been at the core of Templafy’s philosophy. From the origins of our cloud-born platform in 2014, embracing technologies that enable us to effortlessly reach each other and reach the things we need to get work done remains foundational to our solution design. This year, we are taking connectivity to a new level and introducing Content Enablement and Connected Content as the key concepts that Templafy delivers.
The content enablement platform’s newest solution supports sharing & collaboration, tracking & analytics and e-signing for enterprise business content
Each year at Templafy we introduce new features, modules and integrations that help our growing customer base align workforces and empower employees to create better-performing business content faster. As experts in both our product and the wider tech landscape, our Tech Ops team is fundamental in communicating the evolving benefits of Templafy to our clients.
This time last year, no one could have predicted the plot twists that 2020 had in store for us. Yet, despite a time of unprecedented challenges and uncertainty, we are proud to say that thanks to our team, we were able to achieve Templafy’s most successful year to date.
Sydney-based Document Tech Leaders Team Up to Service Legal Sector. SYDNEY – November 11th, 2020 – Templafy, a leading document creation and automation platform, today announces its partnership with legal technology & document automation specialists Mosmar.
If you were to visit the ground floor of our Copenhagen offices on a normal day, you’d find a corner of hard-working individuals who make up the majority of Templafy’s Customer Success team.
Following Templafy's recent Hive platform launch, we spoke with Caleb Wilson, Head of Product Design, to get his thoughts on modern design philosophy and what's trending in the UX/UI world, particularly in light of 2020 – the year that accelerated global engagement with the digital workplace.