Document Management captures, shares and retains content, enabling users to version, search and simply build their own content applications – all with the tools they use today. Real people want the simplicity and familiarity of the tools they use day-in, day-out: shared drives and Microsoft Office
Document Management System (DMS) features provide organizations with all of the services necessary for creating, converting, managing, and sharing electronic documents. Built on industry-standard platforms, DMS provides version management and search capabilities.
The document management administrator interface allows you to import and export workspaces and documents, define security, and provide user management through the definition of users, groups, and roles. Cost effective upgrades and data migration administration are some of the key benefits. A built-in data management and transformation engine provides you with the ability to transform the data into required formats, based on business rules. Integrated workflow provides you with full control over the document life cycle, management, and process flow.
Digital Asset Management provides a single access point for all of your rich digital media and their underlying metadata information throughout the extended enterprise. DMS centralizes storage and provides easy, efficient, enterprise access to digital assets, and allows them to be quickly repurposed, which streamlines processes and saves money.
Whether it’s an employment contract, a purchase agreement, a maintenance contract, or a collaboration agreement with a business partner, in order to protect a company’s commercial interests, one should guarantee completeness, validity, traceability, and inalterability. The document lifecycle management features ensure that people in various departments, divisions, or regions of a company can work together to support all of the processes relating to a contract throughout its lifecycle—from creation, through fulfillment and modification, to termination.
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