DLI.tools Releases DocLogic Document Manager v2.5 Forms Foundation of New DocLogic Collaboration Server

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DLI.tools Inc announces the general availability of DocLogic Document Manager 2.5 for IBM Lotus Domino and DocLogic Collaboration Server. Combining collaboration technology tools with robust document and content management services and principles, DocLogic Document Manager securely handles the creation and capture, revision, management, and delivery of business-related documents, electronic forms, files, and information at the point of collaboration while improving Knowledge Worker connectivity and productivity without drastically changing how daily tasks are completed.

DLI.tools Inc announces the general availability of DocLogic Document Manager 2.5 for IBM Lotus Domino and DocLogic Collaboration Server. Combining collaboration technology tools with robust document and content management services and principles, DocLogic Document Manager securely handles the creation and capture, revision, management, and delivery of business-related documents, electronic forms, files, and information at the point of collaboration while improving Knowledge Worker connectivity and productivity without drastically changing how daily tasks are completed.

New features, upgrades and improvements to DocLogic Document Manager include: increased authentication options, enhancements for Microsoft Internet Explorer (IE) 7, real-time cross server document locking, replication conflict prevention, enhanced SSL support, increased document workflow options, enhanced review policy capabilities and an easier installation process. These enhancements are designed to improve the overall End User and IT Support experience with DocLogic.

"These enhancements are focused on improving the user experience by streamlining interaction with DocLogic. Technology should be the enabler to getting things done. To be the enabler, it needs to be as transparent as possible to the end user. We believe DocLogic is pretty close to being transparent to the End User -- allowing them to focus their ability to deliver more and eliminate 'the work' of sharing, managing and finding business documents and information," states Gary Walsh, vice president, DLI.tools. "Companies can leverage their Lotus Domino technology investment, so they don't have to move to a new set of technologies to get an elegant and sophisticated collaborative platform. They can leverage their current Domino development skills, so they don't need to jump to a new learning curve. They can continue to use IBM Lotus Notes and IBM Lotus Sametime -- both are integrated with DocLogic. Using the included Designer toolkit and templates, organizations can get a variety of 'Document management' issues under control very quickly, plus have the flexibility to expand into additional business composite applications. Organizations should evaluate DocLogic when they are thinking of moving towards a web document management or collaboration platform -- they'll be pleasantly surprised."

DocLogic Collaboration Server provides a simple, secure, web sharing platform -- ideal for the communicating, collaborating and coordinating needs of business information for small businesses, project teams and company departments. Built-in functionalities like remote web access, sharing across multiple geographic locations and document version control are employed out of the box.

"We found that email and network drives were the tools of choice to share files and information. While they have both limited functionality, people just understand how to using them -- there's no learning curve. So while there might be better solutions out there, taking people away from their jobs to be trained is something a small business can't afford on a large scale," says Scott Tomlinson, Marketing and Alliances Director, DLI.tools. "DocLogic Collaboration Server addresses several of these concerns: intuitive to use, simple to maintain and deploy because of limited or squeezed IT resources, and pricing that fits their cash flow. We made sure DocLogic Collaboration Server would be as simple as 'plug-and-play' to get up and running, and 'just hit the power button off and on' to troubleshoot and expand."

The solution provides a secure web platform that can extend business documents and files outside the office to employees at their home office, plus to applicable suppliers, retail partners and customers in a matter of minutes. DocLogic Collaboration Server features similar benefits to a web-hosted offering: a low cost, 'quick start', and 'hands off management' approach -- except the server is hosted within the company, allowing for tighter control and security over business information.

"The challenges of effectively and efficiently managing business documents and information are pretty universal across companies. Past studies have shown that Knowledge Workers waste about six hours per week on tasks that don't produce any value. Eliminating 'the work' of managing documents can go a long way to improving worker productivity," continues Tomlinson. "Both DocLogic products help people to deliver more, allowing them to: bring new products to market faster, respond to customer and market requests quicker, manage operational growth challenges easier, and retain corporate 'knowledge'. Time is definitely money, and while we can't stop time, DocLogic can refocus people's energies better spent elsewhere - with the goal of selling more products, serving more customers, and taking on more projects all with the same level of human resources. To the small business or project team, a 1 person year return of time definitely makes a positive impact on the bottom line."

DocLogic Document Manager is a finalist for the 2007 Lotus Award for 'Best Mid-Market' Solution, and won the coveted Lotus Advisor Editor's Choice award for "Document and Content Management" in 2006 and 2005. DocLogic Document Manager is available across multiple platforms including Linux. A short video overview of DocLogic can be seen at http://www.docova.com

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