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Electronic Document Management

Winfocus can help!

Our Electronic Document Management (EDM) service makes it easy to convert paper documents into an electronic format, and our indexing service makes access simple leading to substantial savings in cost and time, increased productivity plus the bonus of easy and instant availability of records and information.

Benefits of Electronic Document Management:

  • Instant access to documents, information and data even when away from the office
  • Instant comparisons between documents
  • Easy and improved communication, both internal and external
  • Speedy and effective communication
  • Considerable savings in stationery, and time spent copying, filing and printing
  • Reduced document distribution costs.
  • The convenience of keeping all data on a server, allowing remote access
  • A secure filing system reducing the possibility of losing files and documents
  • Easier backups
  • A marked reduction in the need for storage space.

Could the following augment the way your business works?

  • Conversion of catalogues, library documents, books and other papers to electronic format
  • Archiving
  • An Internet Document Repository with 24/7 secure access via web browser
  • Abstracting
  • Scanning
  • The ability to link existing paper data to a search engine like program in electronic form.
  • A database to support Litigation
  • Being able to create digital versions images & hand-written forms
  • Indexing
  • Testing
  • Tagging
  • Proof reading

Recognise any from this list?

Business reports, forms, memos, letters, notes, policy statements, CV’s, contracts, minutes, product catalogues, library documents, financials and
agreements? They’re all part of almost every business, and without them the businesses would collapse. The problem is storing them, and, even more so, being able to cross reference from one to another.