Control the E-mail Chaos and Achieve FRCP Compliance

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cBrain has added new functionality to its e-mail management system, helping organizations comply with FRCP without being disruptive to everyday work. This updated e-mail solution for Exchange/Outlook and NOTES is an integral part of cBrain's Process Driven Document Management solutions.

The newly revamped Federal Rules of Civil Procedure (FRCP) put in place December 1, 2006, will require everyone in the organization to adapt to changes in everyday procedures in order to meet these new requirements.

One of the key compliance beasts to get under control is the e-mail chaos. The solution must be intuitive and an integral part of revamped business processes in order for employees to adhere to it. The kitchen sink approach to e-mail archiving will not work. E-mails like other documents such as Word, Excel, Powerpoint, PDF, etc. must be managed and archived in the context of the business process to which they belong.

cBrain has added new functionality to its e-mail management system helping organizations comply with FRCP without being disruptive to everyday work. This updated e-mail solution for Exchange/Outlook and NOTES is an integral part of cBrain's Process Driven Document Management solutions.

The E-mail archive (DMS Archive) is a central archive with real-time working access according to company access policies. All documents, including e-mails and attachments will be indexed to provide for search capabilities on words and phrases within seconds. Search will only be allowed according to established access policies.

E-mail archiving can be applied in a granular fashion to groups of users with a policy-based approach using rules setup and content-filtering.

cBrain's customers include Sonofon, Carlsberg, Optimentor, FLS Industries, Clear Channel, PricewaterhouseCoopers, Ernst & Young, HP, DAB, TDC, SEAS, Sonofon, Emperion, Scandlines and many other private and public organizations.

About cBrain Technology

cBrain delivers individualized Business Process Management (BPM) solutions to a variety of business segments, non-profit organizations, governmental agencies and municipalities. cBrain offers composite applications based on SOA, XML and Web Services seamlessly integrated with existing systems and infrastructure.

cBrain's innovative design methodology and extensive XML component library produces composite applications that are tailored to support the exact needs and roles of the people involved in the business process knowledge sharing.

For more information or to discuss a specific project, contact:

Poul J. Hebsgaard, 508-229-2774 or by e-mail.

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