Who Uses CogniDox?

Leading companies use CogniDox. Here are a few:

Some of our customers such as Solarflare, CSR and DisplayLink have been using CogniDox since 2006. Ask us to put you in contact with them if you'd like to know how they are using it.


 Analogix Semiconductor, Inc. develops analog and mixed-signal devices for digital media and communications interconnect applications.
 Amino Communications is a world leading IPTV and hybrid/OTT innovator – bringing new entertainment products and solutions to a global market. It is a wholly owned subsidiary of Amino Technologies plc (AIM: AMO).
 Azuri Technologies brings power at scale to off-grid customers in rural emerging markets, providing basic needs that are regarded as routine in more developed countries.
 Cambridge Broadband Networks Limited (CBNL) is the Global market leader in point to multipoint wireless backhaul and access solutions.
 Conexant Systems, Inc. is a leading provider of solutions for imaging, audio, embedded modem, and video surveillance applications.
 CSR plc (CSR:LSE) is a global provider of innovative silicon and software solutions for the location-aware, media-rich, cloud-connected world.
 DisplayLink develops hardware and software solutions to enable easy connectivity between monitors and computing devices over standard interfaces such as USB, Ethernet, and wireless networks.
 Elektron Technology plc (EKT:LSE) is home to a number of world-class brands in fast-moving engineered products (FMEP).
 eoSemi Limited is a world leader in the design and development of all-silicon replacements for quartz crystals.
 M2fx design and manufacture optical fibre installation systems and products for the growing market of fibre deployment within FTTx, Telecommunications, Datacoms and Transport industries.
 Mindspeed Technologies, Inc. (NASDAQ: MSPD) designs, develops, and sells semiconductor solutions for communications applications in fixed and mobile broadband access, enterprise, metropolitan, and wide-area networks (WAN).
 Neul is a Wireless Services and Solutions Company, developing world-beating wide-area wireless network technology dedicated to Machine-2-Machine traffic.
 Nujira is the world leader in Envelope Tracking technology and solutions for powering energy efficient 4G cellular terminals, base stations and digital broadcast transmitters.
 Using leading-edge nanofabrication techniques, Owlstone has developed a complete chemical detection system on a chip.
 Pico Technology is a worldwide leader in the design, development and manufacture of high-performance PC Oscilloscopes, Data Loggers and Automotive Oscilloscopes.
 Powervation delivers energy-efficient solutions for power systems used in Networking, Storage and Computing applications.
 Samsung Semiconductor Europe provide advanced solutions for the mobile, desktop computing, consumer electronics and industrial markets that are used by most of the major electronic equipment manufacturers for their system designs today.
 Solarflare Communications is the pioneer in high-performance, low-latency 10GbE server networking solutions.
 Veebeam is a technology company that architects, designs and develops wireless technology and products.
velocix-alu-logo Velocix is a world leading provider of Digital Media Delivery Platforms for network service providers. It is a wholly owned subsidiary of Alcatel-Lucent.
 XMOS is a fabless semiconductor company that develops multi-core multi-threaded processors designed to execute several real-time tasks, DSP, and control flow all at once.
 Zenterio AB is one of the largest software developers for the set-top box market.
What's good about CogniDox is that it gets used by everybody. Not just the Engineering staff, but also people in Admin, HR and Legal.
I heard about CogniDox from a friend working at a company that use it. Now around 50 of us are using it daily.
Support is great. Very quick to respond and won't leave it until the problem is solved. Friendly too.
We needed a document management system that supported ISO compliance and could be used to support company wide procedures. It does that and is simple to use.
It really is very good value for money. It meant that as a Startup we were able to afford it.
We'd have been lost without it during our ISO 9000 audit. In fact, the auditor ended up saying ours was the best QMS he'd ever seen.
CogniDox provided better workflow and tracking/approval/traceability when we did an assessment versus SharePoint 2010.
I like the way we were able to integrate it with SVN and Bugzilla so that we have an end-to-end release toolchain.
We tried installing an open source product but it proved too difficult. With CogniDox it was a quick-start.
The code is very robust. It feels like it's been around for a very long time and the wrinkles have been taken out.
Best for us is the ability to create technical documents from templates – saving engineers time and improving quality.
I worked for a company that was using CogniDox. My new company had nothing similar, so I was able to recommend they tried it.
They're a small company which is sometimes worrying, but at least it means you know who to talk to.
Our scope was initially to just have a quality management system but we then found there was good extra functionality for extranet, datasheet and website content too.
We wanted out of the box functionality and at the same time flexibility to tailor it as needed. Now we have end-to-end publishing more or less as we specified.
Our Techies are on Linux and the rest are on MS Windows. Needed something that could work with both.
What it does for supporting our ISO 9001 stuff is simply invaluable.
Manages all the way from engineering team to published content on websites.
Usability and configurability were key and CogniDox scored on tools, workflows and set up.

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