Altec, Premier Document Management Solution Provider, Releases doc-link 3.0 Providing Greater Mobility and Enhanced Usability

The latest release of a popular integrated document management solution features enhancements that will make it easier for users to access documents no matter where they are.

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Laguna Hills, CA (PRWEB) May 01, 2013

Altec Products, Inc., the leader in document management and workflow solutions, announced today their new release of doc-link 3.0 - available both domestically and globally through their channel of exclusive alliance partners, ERP consultants and software resellers. doc-link 3.0 offers current users and new customers the opportunity for mobile document access, improved administration and system management, as well as more efficient, streamlined workflows.

The new release features an improved doc-link web client that can be used as a portal for business partners, customers or employees, giving them the ability to sign on and access their documents from a web browser. The new web client runs in Internet Explorer, Chrome, Firefox or Safari. It also includes a new search option called Quick Search that can be hosted on a SharePoint web page for easy access to doc-link documents from within SharePoint.

Merri Jo Cleair, Product Manager for doc-link states, “We are committed to providing our customers additional options that strengthen their current doc-link user experience.” She adds, “With today’s workforce increasingly mobile, 3.0 offers greater document visibility from multiple browsers. We have incorporated enrichments that make approving and processing documents even easier, regardless of the user’s location.”

In addition to the new web client, the doc-link Smart Client has been updated with a new look and feel and improved workflow functionality. Users can now view related documents on the same window making them simpler to process and improving visibility. Additionally, a notes pane has been added to display important messages related to the document without applying the notes directly on the document itself. The addition of workflow delegation allows users to request a substitute to handle their workflow processing while they are unavailable.

This release also provides options to further automate the import of documents into doc-link, saving time and minimizing data entry. In addition to the user-experience enhancements, the release includes a number of improvements that will make the system easier to administer and manage.

Mark Ford, CEO at Altec states, “With the 3.0 release, we are moving towards a true multi-tenant cloud offering. As we continue to invest in doc-link’s architecture, like re-writing services in .NET, users will see significant performance increases and better management tools resulting in greater visibility. We believe our customers will be thrilled with these new enhancements.”

About Altec

Altec is a leading provider of Integrated Document Management (IDM) solutions to mid-market and global companies. For more than 25 years, Altec has provided a wide range of accounting-centric paper to paperless solutions including its flagship product, doc-link™, which enables companies to capture, archive, workflow and route structured and unstructured documents to customers, employees and vendors. Altec’s comprehensive solutions include IDM, output management, MICR check disbursement and paper documents that serve more than 13,000 customers worldwide. Altec enjoys strong, collaborative partnerships with ERP solution providers such as Epicor Software, Microsoft Dynamics, Sage Software and SAP B1 to provide the most comprehensive, integrated enterprise document management solution. Altec delivers its IDM solutions through a global network of authorized partners in more than 60 countries throughout the Americas, EMEA and Asia Pacific. Visit Altec at http://www.altec-inc.com or call April Blankenship at 800-997-9921.                                                            

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