San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) August 3, 2009
Companies looking for a system to manage documents, records, emails, images and other data now have a new resource to turn to. The Document Management Software Reviews Blog reviews different software and helps inform buyers on the best solution for their needs.
"Digital document management has become a huge part of businesses, governments and organizations of all sorts. A problem which employees working for these organizations encounter is that there are literally thousands of document management software solutions available. What we want to do with this new blog is organize and review these different solutions, to make the task of choosing a solution easier" says Glen Johnson, publicist for the blog.
So who can this blog help?
- Companies looking for an enterprise document management system to manage workflow and facilitate document collaboration with their teams.
- State and federal government agencies looking for DMS or CMS systems to produce large, information-rich web portals and archive past documents
- Municipalities want to put their public documents on a websites so citizens of the city can view them all.
- Hospitals looking for medical records management systems.
- Lawyers looking for legal document management solutions.
- Accountants who need to manage tax records of clients
And that's just to name a few. There are literally dozens of different software solutions which cater to different industries.
"With new 'green office' trends, a focus on recycling, and other issues, many organizations are trying to achieve the 'paperless office'. Also, it is just more efficient than maintaining documents on-site. We see document storage companies offering cost effective solutions for large boxes of paper document, and when combined with a document imaging system, organizations can free up a lot of space and clutter, and save money" says Johnson.
The site offers several categories of software.
Some popular document management software that people look for are:
- Free document management software
- Open source - Which can save money and help with custom coding solutions due to the large foundation of code already in place.
- Document portals - These can be located on the organizations local intranet, or can be published online and accessed via web browser.
- Hosted content management - This means someone else provides external web hosting for the documents
- Email archiving - Simple solutions to tracking and storing all company emails
"Lot's of these programs will integrate with existing software, such as Microsoft Outlook or Sharepoint. We hope our new blog will review a large portion of available software and help organizations find the best solution for them with the least amount of hassle possible."
For more information visit http://www.document-management-software.biz