Learn more about some of our customers.
Syvab uses Loftux provided solutions on top of Alfresco to run mission critical document management to keep the southern Stockholm greater area clean. The solution includes contract management and other customisations that enable Syvab to meet the regulatory requirements required for government owned companies.
Alfa-Quality Moving is one of the largest relocation companies in the Nordics. Loftux provides their mission-critical document management solutions along with secure collaboration and sharing solutions.
The leading provider of model and drawing related IT in the Nordic region uses Loftux built solutions and customisations for an upto date Alfresco installation used to distribute their software.
TAM-Arkiv is an archiving organisation that has historical records starting from 1860s. The total content they own would be over 8000 meters of length if laid in a single line. They use Alfresco solutions from Loftux for ensuring the digital and digitised historical assets are stored and managed in a safe and a scalable environment.
We provide solutions for all organisations and businesses that have document and information management needs.
Loftux can offer you services around analysis, implementation, training and support.
Products and Add-ons
Loftux has a reputation for building the best add-ons for Alfresco and other systems.
Secure and Open Source
We build on the values of Open Source and ensure security for your data.
Alfresco and ECM
Introducing Alfresco Mobile Customisation as a Service
september 12 2016
In today's world, from boardrooms to factory floors, everyone is using a mobile device. Be it a quick glance at the company's finances for the last 10 years or a glance at a user manual, it's always helpful to have your documents always in your hands. If you are already using Alfresco in your organization, you know that we're talking about Alfresco Mobile.
So is it Alfresco One or is it Two?
may 24 2016
Alfresco has long been struggling hard to define its product line, and especially to draw a distinct line between Alfresco Community and Alfresco One (previously named Enterprise). In doing so the focus has always been to saying why Alfresco Community is not fit for any serious usage. If you listened to a sales presentation from an Alfresco sales representative you have probably heard something along the lines that "Alfresco Community is only suitable for evaluation purposes". As believers of open source and Community edition, we all can agree that it is some serious badmouthing of their own product.