At Xamcor, we have gathered together a quality team with far ranging experience, skills and expertise. In this way, we can serve
the diverse needs of our clients, and bring creativity and new ideas to every transaction.
Among our skill sets are:
Paul Carman is a true ECM Industry veteran with decades of experience, contacts and friends across the globe. After starting a sales career with Eastman Kodak, Paul spent years in top sales and marketing positions with
Kodak and other sector companies. This experience included working with billion dollar corporate giants as well s with start-ups, giving him a broad base of business development experience.
Founded in 1989 and based in metropolitan New York, Harvey Spencer Associates (now owned by InfoSource CH) became the leading analyst company focused on analyzing the worldwide $32bn market for capture software – key technologies to classify, convert and extract data from unstructured multi-channel inputs. The company’s data is relied on by major vendors to identify market direction and size, trends and technologies that affect electronic capture and recognition. Clients are a “who’s who” of global Information Management companies.
Honesty – above all, Xamcor is committed to being honest and open to all we work with.
Dedication to Completing Tasks – we give a full effort 100% of the time to assure your success.
Ethical Behavior – all of out team members have been chosen because we have demonstrated ethical behavior over many years, and are known globally for this commitment.
Objective Viewpoint – as globally recognized industry experts, we bring an objective point of view to our clients, so expectations can be understood and achieved. We hate surprises!
Efficiency, effectiveness and professionalism in all we do
Confidentiality – we maintain the highest level of confidentiality in all we do. Our goal is to always protect our clients.
Value Individuals – we value all people we deal with, on all sides of any transactions. Our best references are our clients and the parties on the other side of the transaction.