[News] e.Form reseller partnership with ALCC for the Thailand market
Digitization and automation of paper based work process have become a undisputed requirement in Thailand, the second largest economy in ASEAN countries.
I-ON Communications (CEO: James Jae Cheol Oh, www.i-on.net/eng ), Korea's leading unstructured data management specialist, announced on the 26th June that it has granted the exclusive sales right of e.Form to Thailand based ICT system integration provider ALCC (Alright Combination Centric Co., Ltd.). e.Form is a paperless contract service with e-Signature that has already attracted 700+ customers in South Korea.
Founded in 2011, ALCC is a system integrator in the IT and telecommunication network sector located in Bangkok, Thailand, one of the fast-growing economy in Asia.
ALCC plans to expand its business into the ECM (Enterprise Content Management) sector in cooperation with I-ON Communications, an enterprise-level unstructured data management solution and service provider.
Managing Director of ALCC, Adisak Phungsil said, "While I was looking for various e.Form vendors in Korea, I learned about I-ON Communications, which had already established a solid position in Korea and Japan in the enterprise content management (ECM) sector.”, and said “I believe this partnership will benefit both companies in this digital first era.”
James Oh, CEO of I-ON Communications said, "We are very pleased to partner with ALCC and we will keep fostering our relationship for both of us to expand business in the new sector, new region.” and added, "It is our immense pleasure to do our utmost to support ALCC to market our products in Thailand with its local network in Thailand.”
I-ON e.Form has been widely used by 1,500+ small and mid sized companies in local and overseas market including Manpower Group, Namyang Dairy Products, Kyowon, and Hikari Tsushin. e.Form has international patent on integrated authentication system based on the electronic contract as well as awarded Green Technology certification last year. It also won the grand prize at Japan Softbank mobile solution competition in 2011.