New Windsor NY, – September 25, 2012 – DocuWare Corporation, a leader in the document management industry, announces an alliance with Brooks Internet Software, Inc. This alliance will enable DocuWare users to receive and convert data from a variety of systems into a form readily used by the DocuWare system. This includes translation and clean-up from UNIX and iSeries systems, among others.

“DocuWare Corporation provides Document Management solutions to its target audience consisting of small to mid-size companies, government agencies and departments in large organizations,” explains Greg Schloemer, President of DocuWare Corporation. He continues, "The distinctive features of Brooks Internet Software give our network of resellers and our Sales Directors a decided advantage when developing workflow designs for a wide range of our customers with unique solution requirements."

Brooks Internet Software has worked with DocuWare customers on a variety of cases, such as generating a unique banner page for each print job with the user, title and timestamp, then converting the job to PDF.

“Since 1995, our printing tools have been used by integrators and customers to join systems, translate data from host formats to many other formats, correct and edit print jobs, and provide all manner of customization both within the tools themselves and via our professional services. If you have a printing problem, we are a good partner to turn to,” said Dave Brooks, President of Brooks Internet Software, Inc.

About Brooks Internet Software, Inc.

Brooks Internet Software, Inc. ( develops TCP/IP network printing solutions which allow Windows-based computers to receive print data from platforms such as UNIX and IBM Power Systems. The data can then be transformed, processed, formatted and delivered to a single destination or multiple destinations simultaneously.

Brooks Internet Software, Inc.’s RPM Remote Print Manager ® (RPM) is a software-based print server for Windows platforms. RPM supports the major print protocols (LPD and Stream). RPM also modifies data on demand, including deletions, insertions and appends. In addition, RPM produces PDFs, prints to Windows printers and can drive many non-Windows printers. RPM can simultaneously send a single print job to multiple printers, format and send emails and archives to disk. Using RPM, print jobs can be archived to any folder, including network shares.