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Arxivar

Arxivar
Developer(s) Able Tech srl
Stable release 5.1.44
Type Document Management and Business Process Management
Website .eu.arxivarwww

Arxivar is a Document Management and Business Process Management system for Microsoft Windows used to store, share and manage electronic documents.

Usage

Enterprise content management for documents, images, drawings; Workflow management for Business Process improvement.[1]

Features

Business process management

The implementation of a Business process project attempts to improve processes by achieving the following results:

  • Document razionalization and organization
  • Workflows management
  • Integration with ERP
  • Creation of work groups
  • Time saving

References

  1. ^ Gartner, Gartner Dataquest, Content Management Software Market EMEA, 2009.

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