bitfarm-Archiv Document Management - Advantages
Why bitfarm-Archiv Document Management?
Irrespective of the costs, which are certainly one of the most important criteria, other questions also come to the fore during the planned introduction of a DMS/ECM solution throughout the company. This concerns the concepts, compatibility, operability and functionality of a system. Decision makers ask themselves questions like: Does the solution suit us? What do typical processes look like from the user's point of view? What ease of use is offered? Which training effort is required?? Will the solution be able to cope with increasing requirements in the future?
bitfarm-Archiv Document Management can be flexibly tailored to the individual needs of your company and perfectly integrated into existing IT infrastructures. The user interface, which is designed as a typical Windows application in terms of both operation and design, facilitates the changeover for users and minimises training costs.
With the help of the bitfarm-Archiv Toolbox and extensive scripting options, the software scales flexibly along the respective requirements. bitfarm-Archiv effortlessly maps simple requirements as well as complex DMS and ECM scenarios. Almost all functions can be switched off or on as required. Thus the system never seems overloaded and adapts exactly to your needs.
Further advantages at a glance
- Relief of employees through extensive automation possibilities
- Future security due to open source and the use of generally accepted standards for document storage
- Revision security - bitfarm-Archiv DMS meets all requirements of the GoBD and the AO
- Best text recognition rate among the document management systems thanks to integration of the market leader Omnipage®
- Low resource consumption, use of common standard hardware
- Stability and security due to Open Source components proven over many years
- Fast amortisation - highest economic efficiency
The German Aerospace Center in Oberpfaffenhofen relies on bitfarm-Archiv Enterprise for structured filing and fast availability of technical documentation.
The Galileo satellite navigation system has been offering its first services since 2016, making it a navigation system of its own for Europeans. This makes Europe independent of the Americans, who have been operating the navigation satellites known as GPS for many years, in the increasingly important field of electronic navigation.
The construction and operation of a control and steering centre for up to 18 satellites is a technological challenge.
Picture: DLR control centre in Oberpfaffenhofen, source: DLR, CC-BY 3.0