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Type Private
Industry Software, Document management
Founded 1996
Headquarters Brisbane, Australia
Products ManagePoint
Document Storage Device
Employees 100

Redmap is a software development company founded in 1996. Redmap manufactures software and systems for enterprise content management, electronic document management, and email archiving.

It is headquartered in Brisbane, Australia and there are offices in North America, and Asia.


Redmap began in 1996, founded by Earl Woolley, Peter Ramensky, Afshin Baktashi and Kurt Carlsen. It started by making document imaging and document management software for the financial services and transport industries in Australia. The focus was initially about providing solutions to small and medium enterprise market.

In 2003, Redmap expanded its offering and launched ManagePoint, a secure, collaborative enterprise content management system. It also entered the email archiving market when it launched CaptureMail.

Redmap has 3 times won the Queensland exporter of the year award [1] in 2003, 2004 and 2005 for its international sales of ManagePoint. Redmap also won the Austrade Australian Exporter of the Year award ( ICT Section) in 2004.[2]

Over the last few years Redmap has also licensed some of its document processing technology in the form of the Re-Rite product, produced for Toshiba EID which is shipped worldwide with their multi-function printers.

In 2006, Redmap opened offices in North America and Asia.

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