Shaping the future of CapTech: LPADoc turns into CAPMATIX

Shaping the future of CapTech: LPADoc turns into CAPMATIX
Today we relaunch our product LPADoc, helping you to automate your day-to-day business from documents to processes under its new name Capmatix

This rebranding is related to our new brand identity as the LPA Group and represents our goal of becoming one company across all international locations. As a rapidly growing, global leader in CapTech our ambition is to lead and outperform the tech-led transition of the capital markets ecosystem. 

Capmatix was chosen by our international leadership team as the new name because it places a stronger focus on the idea of automation, which actively contributes to providing more transparent information, better advice and more transparency in everyday capital market operations. Apart from the name relaunch, we are keen to continuously adapt our CapTech product world to new challenges in the capital market business and to open up additional competitive advantages and new business opportunities for our customers, especially through digital applications.  
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