Doxim releases new version of industry leading Enterprise Content Management Solution

TORONTO, ON (August 31, 2017) — Doxim (, a leading provider of customer engagement SaaS software for banks, credit unions and wealth management firms, today announced the release of a new version of its Enterprise Content Management Solution, Doxim ECM.

Doxim ECM is the preferred choice for online content management for leading financial institutions across North America. This new release includes an array of new features that increase staff productivity, enhance security and user permissioning, and automate document retention.

“At Doxim, we’ve been helping financial institutions store, access and share their content securely for over 20 years,” said Chris Rasmussen, Founder & CEO of Doxim. “Our latest release of Doxim ECM includes enhancements our customers have requested, to address their changing needs. We’ve also made a variety of enhancements to password and role-based permissioning, to ensure we maintain the high security and data integrity standards that Doxim is known for.”

Along with these added features and functionality, Doxim ECM has received a UI refresh, making the solution more user-friendly and mobile-responsive. The modernized user interface also helps facilitate a more seamless transition between Doxim ECM and other modules of the Doxim Customer Engagement Platform.

“As financial institutions increasingly focus on building a completely digital account origination process and roll out paperless account opening in branches, having an ECM solution that can serve up and store documents securely, across all channels, is foundational to success,” said Nicole Sturgill, Executive Advisor at CEB, now Gartner CEB TowerGroup.

About Doxim

Doxim is a leading provider of SaaS-based customer engagement software for credit unions, community banks and wealth management firms. Doxim’s Customer Engagement Platform helps financial institutions transform their client experience, communicate more effectively throughout the client lifecycle and improve cross sell and upsell activities that drive increased wallet share. The platform addresses key digitization challenges, from automated client onboarding, through improved, personalized communications to anytime, anywhere content access, tailored to a clients’ channel preferences. This eliminates costly traditional paper-based, manual processes and enables cost-effective provision of an omni-channel experience that delights customers and improves their long-term loyalty. Find out more at


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