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Document management for success

How would define an excellent archive / content management solution?
Would it be a system that:

  • Stores all documents, whether scanned or electronic, in the same way in the same place?
  • Knows what the document is, rather than just where it should be or how it is called? (e.g. is it supplier contract for ABC, or is it a word document called “F:\docserv\someproject\documents\ABC contract 2011.doc”)
  • Fetches a document just by you telling it what you need?
  • Enforces controlled exposure of a document to whom it concerns, rather than to whom that has access to its location?
  • Receives and files documents automatically, and alerts on their arrival?
  • Knows what documents are missing from a set?
  • Knows what’s inside a document, not just about a document?
  • Uses barcode or document structure to decide how to file a document?
  • Interfaces to enterprise systems for automatic storing and fetching?

    DOX-Pro does all that and more. With DOX-Pro you can implement an archive that practically builds itself; you can connect it to your operational systems so that documents are presented in context of relevant operations. DOX-Pro provides an archive that is rigidly protected and still provides access “on a need to know basis”. On top of all, DOX-Pro is implemented in days, and integrates instantly into the organizational procedures.

    What else can DOX-Pro do for your users?

    • Archive messages and attachments directly from Outlook
    • Archive MS-Office documents directly from their editors
    • Run a workflow process on a document, and alert relevant recipients
    • Search / Retrieve documents by given parameters (e.g. “All CV’s in status ‘Before Interview’” or “All service contracts that

    DOX-Pro uses basic infrastructure and standard Microsoft technology. With Dox-Pro you can start using the system within days from decision – even in medium and large organizations. You can start with a single department and grow the system by context and process. It’s easy, try it.

    View our use cases and success stories to learn more