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What are some benefits of Document Management System?

Last updated Saturday, March 13, 2021 22:14 ET , Source: LogicalDOC

LogicalDOC is a high-performance, intuitive document management system that offers the power of enterprise document management to mid-sized companies and large organizations.

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You need a way to store and handle your document online, whether you are a company with numerous branches or a small company with a handful of employees. The best structure means that you keep customer records secured and make it possible for workers to work together and solve challenges successfully. In the history of simple paper filing systems and other user file solutions, storing the files in a metal cabinet is not a digital solution in the corner of the home.

Think about making the change more suitable for the growing needs of your organization? Here are some advantages of a Document Management System online:

Workflow Enhanced

Many business processes are likely to include both internal (department-to-department) and external contact (third parties). Some people produce the documents, for example, and others examine, authorize and send the documents.

Document management systems allow verification standards to be used and precise activities on the records to be carried out without human intervention, such as metadata collection, document classification, and electronic signature. This speeds up and improves the efficiency of business processes. The low data quality is responsible for 20-35% of operational sales costs.

Reduced Space for Storage

Paper systems need plenty of room for storage. Private premises (larger branches or off-site storage) costs a leg and arm in most towns. In the long term, too, paper, file folders, office filing, and filing workers can be quite costly. An electronic record management system will greatly minimize these costs. In addition to saving disc costs, going without a document often saves time wasted for faxing, printing, and searching files manually.

Facilitating Retrieval

A study by Gartner has shown that a median company is spending approximately $120 on finding an unfair paper and another $220 on reproducing the missing text. This study also shows that 7.5% of all corporate records are lost, and 3% of the rest are misspelled. Furthermore, most workers only devote 15% of their time but lose half the precious time looking for them. To resolve this problem, companies need to adopt a reputable DMS, which can either recover files in a document or add categories of indexes to a database or folder.

Security Enhancement

It's no secret that for most organizations, safety is a major obstacle. No manual record management system is waterproof to prevent leakage of classified information to malicious individuals. But you can monitor who can view the document with a powerful DMS. Most tools for content processing also leave an audit path to inform you who read and updated the document and the time it was accessed.

Smarter Collaboration

From multiple locations, DMS can access captured documents. It is also easier to exchange information with automated record processing applications using electronic imaging. Workers will know how other employees have viewed a shared database and changed the document.

Improved Backup and Recovery from Disasters

Both records are held in a single archive using document management tools. Besides, the records will be indexed and archived. Consequently, no notes are destroyed or misplaced.

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