DOCUMENT CONTROL SOFTWARE

Document control software comes in all shapes and sizes. Using multiple document management solution products to manage your business can get both complicated and expensive. eQuorum’s ImageSite Suite of products is off-the-shelf software that is comprehensive and configurable. It’s like getting customized software without the cost or hassle

Using the wrong engineering document can seriously impact quality and cost for all downstream functions. Organizations need tight control of documents to ensure only authorized versions are used in processes by authorized users. ImageSite automatically releases documents based on document lifecycle parameters that control revision and approval processes.

Document Control
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An application to replace inadequate Windows and shared networked drives for storing and managing controlled documents

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Tight control of who can put data into the document control system and who can access the data, at the project, folder, file, or user level

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Easy and widespread access to the broader organization for searching, viewing, revising and collaborating, all in a single viewer

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Release CAD files to viewers without needing additional CAD licenses

HOW TO SELECT A DOCUMENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM?
Employees are being encouraged to share and collaborate using digital documents and drawings. A document management system provides significant benefits in document organization, security, search, version control, view, print and convenient access for users throughout an organization. Once users find documents, they perform the work they do with those documents, often in traditional ways established over many years by their organizations.

ENGINEERING DOCUMENT CONTROL FOR DATA DRIVEN ORGANIZATIONS
We hear so much about “big data” and unstructured data these days, and we automatically associate things like emails, texts, tweets, and audio clips to the unstructured data category. And as we are being reminded by the purveyors of the big data mining tools, it’s all about making sense of this huge mess of uncoordinated, anomalous data.