Hitec, a provider of enterprise content, risk and compliance management solutions, recently announced that it has launched DataStoreDSX enterprise, a content management platform. The DataStoreDSX enterprise is a highly scalable platform that is easy for users to learn and use. It comes with a flexible modular licensing model which enables close and cost-effective alignment to satisfy each customer’s specific needs.
DataStoreDSX has the ability to index and manage content from any source and offers powerful and fully configurable search capabilities at the user’s desktop. It also provides flexible integration with other enterprise systems, aids compliance and allows consolidated reporting.
Some of the key features of the DataStoreDSX include modular format comprising document management and output management enabling companies to implement enterprise wide solutions, or point solutions to address specific requirements; scalable for use as a departmental, enterprise-wide or global solution; familiar user interface shortens the learning curve for users and speeds time to value; configurable search window can present users with the combination of content required for the task – from delivery notes, to passport images, to an MRI scan and provides users with the ability to personalize desktop for favorite or regular content tasks and set up personalized search profiles; and powerful Multi-level Indexing and search and text mining tools to not only create a single repository but ensure that information searches return highly relevant results.
DataStoreDSX enables organizations to capture, preserve, store, process, re-use and deliver content across the organization regardless of whether its source is a word document, a print stream, a scanned document, a spreadsheet or email. DataStoreDSX also opens up the potential for automation of business process management and workflow models, electronic document delivery to customers, and a number of other opportunities.
In a release, 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 optimize business performance. 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 organizational information is central to disaster recovery planning too.”
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Edited by John Lahtinen