Generically speaking, the management of paper or electronic documents through the lifecycle of the document.
A technology that provides more control and better management of computer generated files. This technology adds enhanced file security, revision control, file descriptions, extended file names, and user access privileges to the basic file directory management features of the computer operating system.
An application or middleware that performs data management tasks tailored for typical unstructured documents (including compound documents). It may also manage the flow of documents through their life cycles.
A system for storing and securing electronic documents, images, and other files within an organization. The term used to imply the management of documents after they were scanned into the computer. Today, the term has become an umbrella under which document imaging, workflow, text retrieval and multimedia fall.
Tools and strategies for creating, storing, retrieving, and sharing documents.
Systems and processes for managing the design, development, storage and delivery of documents.
Document management describes the systems and strategies in place for the management of electronic and paper-based documents. Document management resources strive to create systems that can handle paper and electronic documents together, using tools such as document imaging software and Optical Character Recognition (OCR) alongside categorization, indexing, full text search, records management and archival tools.
An Electronic Document Management System (EDMS) provides the software and hardware required to maintain control over all documents. A complete EDMS includes document imaging, indexing, OCR, text retrieval, workflow, and Computer Output to Laser Disk capabilities.
Document Management is a technology that is concerned with the management of the lifecycle of electronic documents tonic mama
Systems and processes for managing documents including the creation, editing, production, storage, indexing and disposal of documents. This usually refers to electronic documents and uses specific document management software.
DM/EDM A system storing and retrieving both digital document images and electronic documents such as spreadsheets and word processing files. Document Management systems often possess ‘librarian'-type functions such as check in/out or version control.
Document Management is a process of managing documents. This can involve a integrated system which involves the creation, reviewing, communication, distribution, analysis, sharing, storage, electronic tracking and retrieval, administration and occassionally the destruction of digitized images of paper documention and other types of information.
The processes, procedures and tools that focus on the creation, maintenance and management of documents. Comprehensive applications are available that provide authoring, scanning, structuring, rendering and printing of documents. The adoption of the Web has seen the introduction of a number of new tools for developing and publishing documents over the Internet.
Maintains electronic and hardcopy underwriting claims and file systems, ensures accurate cataloging and archiving of internal and external documents.
Rules and measures applied to the creation, administration, distribution and archiving of documents.
Document management systems consist of technologies used to control the life cycle of documents from their point of creation by providing indexing, profiling, routing, check-in and check-out, revision, and version control capabilities. The primary concern of electronic document management systems is the authoring and approval process.
the system of controlling both paper-based and electronic information from its creation to its archival or destruction