Enterprise content and compliance controls relentless growth of content
By ECM Plus staff
ECM Plus +++ Enterprise content, risk and compliance management software vendor Hitec has just launched DataStoreDSX enterprise content management platform.
According to Hitec, the new release can index and manage content from any source with configurable search and integrates with other enterprise systems for reporting and compliance.
DataStoreDSX is the next stage of evolution of Hitec’s DataStore document management products which have been relied upon for more than 20 years by hundreds of customers in over 30 countries and across many industry sectors. It is the 4th generation of a product which has been continually developed in response to customers’ evolving needs. Enhanced functionality ensures that DataStoreDSX meets today’s growing content challenges.
DataStoreDSX also now boasts capture, preserve, store, process, re-use and deliver content across the organisation regardless of source – scanned document, a spreadsheet, word document, a print stream or email. It now incorporates the full functionality of a traditional document management solution, overlaid with advanced tools to index, search and deliver enterprise content. DataStoreDSX also unlocks the potential for automation of business process management and workflow models, electronic document delivery to customers, and much more.
DataStoreDSX features includes document management, output management, indexing, document imaging, OCR, Optical Mark Recognition (OMR), handwriting via Intelligent Character Recognition (ICR) or barcodes, as well as Report Mining and published APIs to integration with SharePoint and other ECM and DM systems, common enterprise repositories and storage management systems as well as complete MS Office integration and archiving, Hitec said.
DataStoreDSX can also be implemented as a total ECM solution or as a clear upgrade path to ECM for current users of DataStore document management.
Jeremy Crame, Hitec CEO said: “We have spent over twenty years listening to our customers and responding as new pain points emerged. Today the overwhelming demand is to help them manage the risks associated with uncontrolled information, and to help them drive efficiencies and optimise business performance.”
Added Cramme: “Compliance with regulations and the demands of corporate governance as a whole mean that unmanaged corporate content is becoming a risk they cannot afford, and there is a growing recognition that organisational information is central to disaster recovery planning too.”