If file cabinets, computer desktop folders and sprawling network directories were effective ways to manage information, organizations would not be searching for technologies to replace them. An electronic document management system offers a solution — not another way to trap, misplace and mishandle content.
As part of a complete process and content management framework, Perceptive Content enhances information accessibility, promotes organized collaboration and secures content in all its forms. These functions are essential as organizations seek to improve efficiency, share knowledge and reduce risk.
At a technical level, document storage and retrieval is as simple as saving files to a disk and opening them later. But this seemingly simple concept translates into an unmanageable morass as files proliferate and document management challenges like these appear:
Our document management products start by eliminating one of the biggest barriers to greater productivity — unmanaged content creation. Perceptive Content keeps content under control from the moment of its creation or capture.
Perceptive Content is built around a security model that is engineered to let you grant and revoke rights; restrict documents and document types; and conceal confidential data while preserving document integrity.
Effective document management systems require the proper classification or indexing of captured information. Integrated content models, built on industry requirements and best practices for capturing, securing, processing and locating content, lets users structure, manage and preserve to best fit their business needs.
Perceptive Content includes flexible saved, ad hoc and integrated search options.
As users across an organization create, edit and maintain documents using any desktop application, they can easily apply version control and library services directly from Perceptive clients and a variety of interfaces, including Interact applications and web services clients.