In industries where electronic and paper-based applications or forms are used
(such as insurance, financial services including mortgages lenders and financial
advisors, automobile dealerships, healthcare, education, and others), keeping
up with document flow, storage, and management is time consuming and resource
intensive. Electronic and paper documents accumulate and storage becomes a drain
on Information Technology departments, infrastructure, and human resources. Businesspeople
in many organizations have difficulty locating documents months and years after
filing, while compliance to constantly changing government regulations or industry
practices divert valuable human and financial resources away from business objectives.
The Docutron document management system makes it quick and easy for employees
to import electronic documents, scan paper-based documents, and save them electronically
in a structured file system and then access what they need later just like a traditional
filing process. The Docutron user interface (UI) is based on the familiar file
tree model that includes cabinets, folders, sub-folders, and files to organize
documents, which makes it easy for people to find exactly what they want, when
they need it.
Unlike other systems that manage electronic and paper documents, the Docutron
document management system works the way businesses do. Implementing Docutron
at an organization does not require a re-engineering of business process, employee
workflow, or infrastructure. Instead, Docutron is used the way people already
do their jobs and integrates into existing business software applications.