eDOCS DM eliminates the mounting inefficiencies caused by the inability to manage documents as well as the “islands of information” prevalent in many global organizations. It helps control document-based knowledge assets by enabling users to capture, organize, locate and share business content in a secure, integrated, and intuitive environment. From documents, email, graphics, and forms to discussion threads, engineering drawings, scanned paper and electronic-based records, content is consolidated in a unified enterprise knowledge base for easy access and retrieval.
eDOCS DM increases productivity by enabling faster access to content, providing control over multiple document versions, and enabling users to better organize documents, whether it be through the use of folder structures, tailored workspaces, or compound documents. Seamlessly integrated with standard applications used to create and capture content, eDOCS DM provides a rich user experience that minimizes the time spent learning the document management system and simplifies the ways it is used to generate business value.
eDOCS DM features a scalable platform and distributed architecture designed to maximize system availability and performance. Content metadata is easily configured to provide contextual interfaces for the capture and retrieval of knowledge assets. Rapid system deployments are achieved without visiting workstations, and maintenance is simplified with Web and Microsoft Windows utilities that support centralized as well as delegated system management.
In addition to browser-based and desktop interfaces (Explorer and Microsoft Outlook based interfaces) for power users, eDOCS DM provides a new, extremely intuitive environment that offers basic, information consumer level document search and retrieval functionality.
Document management is a key component of a wider enterprise content management strategy. With the OpenText eDOCS™ Suite integration as well as a range of companion solutions, OpenText allows organizations to arrange and manage all documents, regardless of type, in one repository.