Fascinated by the idea of a paperless office?
With LogicalDOC document management it's possible to replace paper documents with their electronic counterparts, gaining a competitive advantage derived from a more efficiently managed business, more effective protection of data, enhanced collaboration, and rationalization of operations.
Document management systems, also known as content management systems, commonly provide storage, versioning, metadata, security, as well as indexing and retrieval capabilities.
Our solution is very effective for any type of business and can help your company in a wide variety ways:
1 Increased data security. The DMS can ascertain that control access and privileged access to your company’s data stays under control. The system logs every instance of user login and document access. Stored files and e-mails can also be encrypted to boost data security. Both money and space is saved as there is no need for capital to set up a warehouse or a small office to physically store records.
2 Costs are reduced from the filing to the distribution levels. Sharing files digitally or accessing them through the system is far cheaper than paper. While faxing a document is more expensive, e-mailing is a cheaper alternative.
3 Access levels can be regulated and data can be limited to specific groups of users who can exchange files digitally.
4 A document management system enforces employees to follow company policies in regards to document construction, and can be set up as strict or as flexible as needed. This ensures that the business operates consistently.
5 The SoX (Sarbanes Oxley) and HIPPA (Health Insurance Portability and Accountability) regulations will be adhered to with the help of a DMS.
Selecting the Right DMS
There are many document management systems currently on the market that each have their own characteristics and peculiarities. Some systems are complex and expensive, while others are simple, cheap, and more suitable for small businesses. When choosing, you have to pay attention to performance and hardware requirements. While a program may be aesthetically pleasing, it could fall short in terms of performance, or end up requiring hardware upgrades, which raises the overall cost of the solution.
Data Recovery and Document Protection
Document management systems can help safeguard your data by providing multiple layers of protection. Data recovery features are available on a variety of levels, depending on the selected package, and enabled options. Some of the security policies available include encryption, audit trails, and password protection.