Explore our SharePoint document management demo. See how the system handles documents on their way from a creator to a final recipient. The SharePoint document management demo presents all the stages of documents’ travelling inside a company by the example of a contract. The contract is uploaded into a SharePoint DMS, approved by the financial department and, finally, sent to a customer.
Bring all your docs under one umbrella
SharePoint document management allows grouping all documents into thematic folders under a single system. SharePoint DMS integrates with a range of Office apps (Word, PowerPoint, OneNote and Visio) and you can create new documents right in it. Apart from common file types, SharePoint also supports rare file extensions (.odt, .ods, .xslb, .ppsx, etc.) and 3D models.
Improve employees’ collaboration
SharePoint DMS facilitates collaboration, since each document is available for editing and sharing from any locations and devices (PC, tablet, mobile phone). DMS reflects information about the time and the initiator of any modification, so there’s no risk of a document’s replication. Moreover, with the help of OneDrive storage, even offline access to documents is not a problem.
Find any doc in a few clicks
With SharePoint DMS, you don’t have to spend hours trying to find a specific document. Before you press Save, you need to fill in metadata (title, meta title, approval status, customer, project, etc.). Apart from metadata, SharePoint DMS also provides full-text search. All this helps to retrieve the document easily, when needed.
Keep your docs safe
SharePoint DMS ensures information security by providing relevant permissions to its users. It also notifies you automatically, if you are about to share sensitive data.
If our demo triggered your interest in SharePoint DMS, you are welcome to contact ScienceSoft and learn more. Don’t miss the opportunity to make your document management faster, more convenient and efficient. With SharePoint DMS, your documents will be properly structured and stored, never get in wrong hands or be lost without a trace.