Alexandria, VA September 27, 2001 Digital Paper Corp., which provides secure technical content exchange and collaboration solutions, today announced it is allowing companies to test drive its Web-based direct goods procurement system, docQuest, through its hosted application, myDigitalPaper. myDigitalPaper allows users to evaluate how well docQuest eliminates what the company calls the data-access bottleneck that can negatively impact customer satisfaction, manufacturing efficiency, time-to-market and employee productivity. myDigitalPaper will also demonstrate how docQuest enables outsourcing efficiencies, such as the assembly and distribution of a request for information (RFI), a request for proposal (RFP) and a request for quote (RFQ), and collaboration with suppliers.
"The Internet facilitates the exponential growth of outsourcing by providing tools that allow organizations to build new relationships with suppliers around the globe. docQuest empowers the buyer by improving how he or she communicates with suppliers when sourcing highly engineered complex goods," said Anthony Cook, vice president and chief managing officer of Digital Paper.