City of Mesa, Ariz., licenses utility software
DocuCorp� International today announced the licensing of software to the City of Mesa for production, archival and Internet presentation of utility bills and customer service correspondence.
DALLAS, Texas, Jan. 23, 2001 (PRNewswire) — DocuCorp� International (Nasdaq: DOCC), a provider of enterprise information solutions, today announced the licensing of software to the City of Mesa for production, archival and Internet presentation of utility bills and customer service correspondence.
Mesa, Ariz., is the nation's 46th largest city, with a population of more than 410,000. The City provides electric, water, gas, wastewater, solid waste and irrigation services to residential and commercial customers. Utility bills are produced in-house by the City of Mesa, with implementation of the DocuCorp solutions expected in late 2001.
DocuCorp is the authority in providing dynamic solutions for acquiring, managing, personalizing and presenting enterprise information. Servicing the entire enterprise information lifecycle, DocuCorp's information software, application service provider (ASP) hosting and professional consulting services enable companies to implement solutions in-house or fully outsource to DocuCorp. The company has an installed base of more than 900 customers, including many of the largest insurance, utility and financial services organizations.
Headquartered in Dallas, DocuCorp has major facilities in Atlanta and Silver Spring, MD. The company also maintains offices in London, Portland, ME, and Bedford, NH.
DocuCorp is a Safeguard Scientifics (NYSE: SFE - news) partner company. For more information, visit DocuCorp's Web site at www.docucorp.com.