- Get instant access to complete records and share among users with version control
- Guarantee the integrity of the information by ensuring access to complete files with no missing documents
- Limit access to individual documents or the record as a whole
- Include images, audio and video in the records
- Capture information from forms
- Reliably destroy records and documents when needed
- Integrate with other systems using built-in features such as XDS
- You have outdated and inefficient record systems
- You spend too much time to locate records
- Security is a constant challenge
- Migration to a new and more performing system is costly
- Information on paper is not well structured
- Paper and digital records need to be integrated
Our Solution:Digital Archiver
- Guaranteed application independent access during the information life cycle.
- Combining advanced archive platform with sector-specific layers
- Platform and browser independent to ensure an effortless integration with existing systems
- Intuitive organization of all types of information
- Manages security
- Ensures user-friendly retrieval by users
Our Approach: a modular future proof concept
Based on an analysis of your record needs and requirements Docbyte proposes a future proof process with the right level of archiving that responds to your capabilities. The key differentiator in the Docbyte approach is that we offer reliable, transparant and scalable solutions based on your needs.
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