A dynamic document management program can reduce costs, improve findability, and make work flow seamless. Document management systems continue to evolve, and what was once seen as a luxury is now considered a requirement.
ITAZ Technologies has partnered with Records and Archive Management Systems, to resell its product Globodox in Kenya. Globodox is an enterprise document management software application that simplifies the process of managing large volumes of data, and makes the process more efficient. Digital Journal brought this news to our attention in their article, “ITAZ Partners with Records and Archive Management Systems (RAMS) to Launch Document Management Software in Kenya.”
Infolinx System Solutions was chosen by the Virginia Department of Social Services (VDSS) - Division of Child Support Enforcement (DCSE) for their Infolinx WEB Commercial-Off-The-Shelf (COTS) enterprise physical records management software. This office had been tracking their records via the use of a spreadsheet.
KnowledgeLake has been named a finalist for this year’s Document Manager Awards. Companies involved with document management and content capturing are recognized at these awards for their significant impact with the readers of Document Manager Magazine. The awards are hosted by Document Manager Magazine in London, United Kingdom on October 3rd.
The Hudson Police Department’s new online reporting system, Coplogic, will be launching next week. This comes after much delay from the original planned December launch, but is welcomed with great anticipation.
Labeled a trendsetting product for 2012, AnyDocCAPTUREit allows you to scan documents locally or from remote locations. Users can then securely transmit images over the Internet for centralized processing.
It continues to be a challenge, but managing enterprise content has earned itself special focus in the educational and training arena. Nokusa Engineering Informatics (NokusaEI) is introducing a new series of AIIM (Association for Information and Image Management) training programs in South Africa.
Daegis is now able to preserve and manage Lotus Notes collaborative application data throughout the entire eDiscovery process. This new technology has been added to its eDiscovery Platform and makes Daegis the only provider to offer clients the ability to capture, process, search, and review collaborative Lotus Notes applications such as team room documents, document libraries, support systems and customized templates for legal discovery.