DocsCorp, a leading provider of document productivity tools, has published a comprehensive white paper entitled “Invisible Documents: A Serious Risk to Enterprise Content Management (ECM) Compliance and Productivity.”
It presents an up-to-date analysis of how hidden files, which do not show up in searches, undermine investment in an ECM while also posing a serious threat to a company’s professional reputation.
DocsCorp President and Co-Founder, Dean Sappey, advocates that all businesses that use an ECM – particularly in legal, financial, and government organizations – need to be aware of the potential threats posed by invisible documents.
“Businesses have made considerable investments in document management and search technologies, but our experience with thousands of organizations globally has shown that at least 20-30% of documents in a DMS are non-searchable. This lack of transparency represents a significant risk to any business since its reputation and financial well-being could be impacted simply by failing to produce a specific document on demand,” said Mr. Sappey.
The white paper is available for download from the DocsCorp website. It is also being promoted by Microsoft Azure as part of a North American partnership with DocsCorp.
DocsCorp provides document professionals who use enterprise content management systems with integrated, easy-to-use software and services that extend document processing, review, manipulation and publishing workflows inside and outside their environment to drive business efficiency and to increase the value of their existing technology investment. DocsCorp operates in all countries around the world with more than 3500 customers located throughout the Americas, Europe and Asia/Pacific. For more information, visit www.docscorp.com.
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