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There are many benefits to having an EDRMS strategy - Book in for a free demo


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There are many benefits to having an EDRMS strategy. These include:

  • Having better management of your information

  • Improving your business productivity
  • Decreasing organisational risks
  • Compliance with national and international regulatory sources

Restore Digital offer two document management and workflow automation solutions for our clients. Scanning and creating digital paper records is a great starting point for a paper lite future but having the ability and confidence to search and use this digitised information is essential to efficient and agile working.

Now with GDPR and the Data Protection Act 2018, choosing the right database makes compliance simple and effective.

 

 

eView is Restore’s in-house document management system. It is cost effective, especially for organisations requiring a high volume of user licences, with full audit, tracking and reporting functions. It can also link with, and sync to other databases and systems, and in some cases eView has been used as a viewing platform for content also stored in more expensive systems, and as a disaster recovery system.

 

 

DocuWare is an award winning, international EDRMS that has been on the market for over thirty years. Recognised by Gartner, Nucleus and other leading analyst firms as a best-fit document management and workflow solution for teams and organisations of any size. Available as both a cloud and on-premise solution, DocuWare is the chosen solution for over 12,000 companies across the globe.

 

Book in your free demo today!

Mike Noyce is our EDRMS expert. Email Mike now to book in your free demo.

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Do you already use eView or DocuWare? If so, by introducing the product to another department within your organisation, you’ll both receive three months free usage (subject to terms and conditions). Get in touch today and we can set up a demo for your colleagues.
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