Document Management

What Is Document Management?

Document management can be defined as how your organisation stores, manages and tracks electronic documents.

Why You Might Wish To Improve Your Document Management Practises?

  • Increase efficiency.
  • Improve quality.
  • Reduce risk.
  • Achieve compliance.

How Can SharePoint Help?

  • Document Management System functionality – Including storage, security and access control, version control, audit, check-in/check-out.
  • Leverage additional features – Including search, collaboration, workflow, web content management, and records management.
  • Integrates with your existing Microsoft platform.

How Can Ensentia Help?

Leverage our document management domain expertise and SharePoint technical expertise to ensure the success of your project.

Do You Want To Know More About Document Management?

Please get in touch. Or alternatively read some of the articles listed below.

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