Idaho-based Docutech expands to Scottsdale, brings jobs

From snow to sun, Idaho-based Docutech, the provider of document generations and delivery technology, plans to open a Scottsdale office to serve their growing client base and bring jobs to the Valley.
Scott Klein, Regional Fulfillment Manager for Docutech’s Scottsdale, Ariz. and Idaho Falls, Idaho centers told AZ Tech Beat the attraction to Scottsdale was the talent base, “[the city] presented a great opportunity in terms of the technical talent available to provide the skills and leadership needed to help us enhance our solutions and expand our product offering.”
Docutech solutions help lenders customize packages to general documents and reduce operational costs; the platform also supports eSignatures.
The company’s biggest clients are from the financial services industry. “We service our clients understanding that our documents and the delivery of these documents represent some of the most important things in people’s lives – a dream home, a new car, or simply a fresh start,” Klein said.
The company will house in north Scottsdale by the Airpark and add up to 10 jobs when the center opens.
“Docutech’s Scottsdale office provides us the capacity to service the growing needs of our existing customers and provide the ability to expand into several new industries and markets after 24 years of primarily helping mortgage lenders improve their document generation and delivery,” Klein said.
Read more about companies expanding to Arizona at AZ Tech Beat.