15th May 2007
PAPERLESS OFFICE SOLUTIONS PROVING
BIG BUSINESS IN IRELAND
Enterprise Imaging Systems (EIS),
one of Ireland's leading Document Management Companies,
today announced its expansion into Munster by opening
a new Regional office in Cork.
The move follows significantly increased
demand for its product, a completely integrated and
fully compliant document management software solution
that creates a paperless office environment.
Enterprise Imaging Systems, Ei-Trax
software is currently been used by over 500 customers
throughout Ireland, the UK, Poland and Holland from
hospitals to hotels, banks, international freight companies
and the construction industry.
The specially designed software has
proven to be highly successful eliminating endless paperwork
and saving money.
Speaking about the new expansion initiative,
EIS Director Rory Jordan said "In today's busy and competitive
working environment, it is extremely important for companies
to manage their employees time by implementing cost-saving
methods to ensure time isn't wasted retrieving paper
documents, this can simply be done with a flick of a
switch by our software system".
He added "We discovered this type
of solution while working in the US and adapted it for
the Irish market as we immediately saw a niche existed.
"In the 10 years we've been
in operation, demand for our product has increased two-fold.
It was apparent to us from our research Munster was
an area we needed to concentrate on more. We are delighted
to be able to appoint three sales executives to our
team and look forward to building relationships with
new clients in the area".
EIS is a wholly Irish owned company
with staff of 10. It also has offices in Dublin, Belfast
& New York.
Enterprise Imaging Systems
Tel: (01) 8665667
Fax: (01) 8665669
Mobile: (086) 8542050
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
SIMON KHAN MAKES A BIG IMPRESSION
AS THE EUROPEAN TOUR SCHEDULE REACHES A CLIMAX.
It's been an exciting, if roller coaster
year, for Simon Khan one of the most improved golfers
on the PGA European Tour.
The London based professional followed
up his brilliant performance in the Barclays Scottish
Open where he finished in tied 5th place with a solid
effort in The Open last weekend at Royal Birkdale.
Going into the final day at the famous
Links course Khan was right in contention for The Claret
Jug at +10. But in the end, like so many others in the
star studded field, he could not match the brilliance
of Ireland's Padraig Harrington who retained the coveted
trophy he won at Carnoustie in 2007.
Said Khan: "It was a great occasion
and I played very well in the conditions but a few putts
went astray in the last round and with it my chances
.Overall I've been playing good golf in recent weeks
and I'm looking forward now to the remainder of this
year's Tour schedule which concludes at the end of November."
The highlight of the 36-year-old's
career to-date was winning the Celtic Manor Wales Open
in 2004 where he beat fellow Englishman Paul Casey in
a dramatic playoff. He also carded a stunning second
round of 61 on his way to the title. Since then the
Epping based star has consistently featured prominently
on the European Tour circuit.
Last year (2007) he had Top Ten finishes
in four major tournaments: the MasterCard Masters (7th);
the BMW International (7th); the Open de France (3rd)
and the Mercedes Benz Championship (6th). The next tournament
on his busy schedule is the SAS Masters at the Arlandasta
Golf Club in Stockholm in August.
Khan was introduced to golf by his
grandfather but really caught the bug as a 12 year old
watching Spain's Seve Ballesteros win The Open at St
Andrews in 1984. Before turning professional Simon played
golf for Essex at county level at the age of 18.
A keen Arsenal FC soccer fan he also
enjoys cricket and tennis. He married his wife Lesley
in 2002. They have a daughter Ruby (3).