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.

A document management system is a network with many different components, and though it may seem complicated at first, navigating it is actually quite easy. Whether you are dealing with structured text (mostly database information) or unstructured text (such as transcriptions of paper documents), you can realize reduced costs associated with storing and retrieving paper documents and electronic content as well as reduced storage space, both physical and digital.

PC World brought this topic to our attention in their article, “Getting Started With Document Management.”

Melody K. Smith

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