Altitude Marketing launches new website for Cabinet

Altitude Marketing is pleased to announce the launch of a new website for Cabinet, a leader in paperless document management.

Altitude Marketing is pleased to announce the launch of a new website for Cabinet, the makers of SAFE – a world-class paperless document management solution.

The site is the focal point of a rebranding campaign for the Alabama-based company, formerly known as Cabinet NG. Designed and developed by Altitude, highlights the unique capabilities and benefits of Cabinet’s products and services, as well as its new corporate identity.

The site features rich content, including white papers, news items and a blog, in addition to custom isometric artwork, social media integration and end-user access to Cabinet’s best-in-breed customer support and training. An ROI Calculator allows users in a variety of vertical markets – including legal and financial services – to estimate how much a SAFE implementation would save their organization. To meet Cabinet’s business goal of expanding its network of Value Added Resellers (VARs), Altitude designed and developed pages to attract software resellers and encourage them apply directly online to become a Cabinet partner.

Cabinet’s document management software brings efficiency, security and accessibility to small-and mid-sized businesses. Its core product, SAFE, combines document management with workflow, scheduling and file sharing – allowing organizations to manage tasks and support secure collaboration with centrally managed and instantly accessible documents.

“Cabinet is a unique company,” said Adam Smartschan, Altitude Marketing’s Manager, Editorial Services. “They combine world-class software with a wealth of expertise and amazing customer service, and the end result is a successful implementation and a happy client. I was struck with how much they truly care about their clients and their VARs, and the new site was designed to reflect Cabinet as a company – user-friendly, innovative, accessible and a bit playful.”

You can visit the new Cabinet site at