|New Analyst Report Finds Document Management Solutions (DMS) Promote Faster, Low-Cost Document Processing, and Improved Data Visibility|
Report finds DMS can eliminate difficulties reconciling digital and physical data
Bridgewater, New Jersey and Toronto, Ontario – February 16, 2012 - Solgenia® (http://www.solgenia.com/usa/), an innovative global leader in Information and Communication Technologies, announces the results of a new research study indicating that the volume of documents and unstructured data is growing by over 30% per year within Small and Medium-Sized Businesses (SMBs).
The research report entitled, “Handling Paper in a Digital Age: The Impact of Document Management,” written by Nathaniel Rowe, Senior Research Associate for Aberdeen’s IT Security/Information Lifecycle Management research practices discusses Best-in-Class actions for processing and managing paper. The report focuses primarily on the struggles many industries face in reconciling digital and physical data, and how proper document management addresses these pain points. The findings indicate that organizations that have invested in Document Management Solutions (DMS), and actively promote automation and data collaboration, are much more likely to benefit from fast, low-cost document processing and improved data visibility.
According to Aberdeen Group’s Nathaniel Rowe, “We engaged over 176 organizations in a survey that produced this report. They indicated that almost half (49%) of their basic business processes rely on some manner of paper documents and/or digital unstructured data, and over half (51%) of all their business data is stored in these formats. This volume makes effective management of documents and unstructured data a critical task for every organization.”
Solgenia’s Freedoc, a business-class Document Management Solution (DMS), eliminates the need for paper documents to significantly increase team productivity/collaboration and provide an immediate return on investment. Freedoc enables users to create a central digital document repository which empowers groups to easily view, share, check-in or check-out documents. Also, information rights management is simplified as organizations can set individual/group and file/folder access rights and then track when users access/view/modify documents – making it easier for sectors like financial/banking, insurance, healthcare, education and government to monitor daily workflow activities/transactions and comply with security legislations, such as the Sarbanes-Oxley Act (SOX). For more details, visit http://www.solgenia.com/usa/Enterprise_Software/Freedoc/Freedoc.html or http://www.solgenia.com/usa.
“We are pleased that Freedoc meets the Best-in-Class criteria for Document Management Solutions as described in this Aberdeen report,” said Bob Binns, CEO of Solgenia North America. “Information is the blood line for any organization. Being able to quickly access specific information to support business workflows is critical, but so is how easily that information can be shared. Today, social media makes it simple to centrally post data and alert authorized users to its existence, and so we are introducing social/mobile capabilities in our solution offerings, including Freedoc, to facilitate a new work experience.”
To obtain a complimentary copy of this Aberdeen report, please visit: http://www.aberdeen.com/link/sponsor.asp?spid=30412140&cid=7480.
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