"Any organization with significant volume of documents requiring consistency of format and structure would be well advised to evaluate Intelledox."
Andy Kellet, OVUM (Butler Group)
Government & Public Sector
Trade & Logistics
Added on Monday May 30, 2011
Local authorities and public sector bodies from around the world have recognized the benefits of an organized paperless document management system.
In Australia, for example, the Civil Aviation Authority and the ACT Planning and Land Authority are just two of many organizations that have made significant productivity gains by choosing an automated document generation process.
Also sometimes referred to as document assembly, this system - which integrates with a range of existing line-of-business setups - allows for centralized management of the creation and organization of a range of digital documents.
This type of solution has a number of advantages, including greater compliance and less risk of human error.
Significant efficiency gains can be made from automated document assembly, while costs - including productivity, IT and even paper and printing - can be reduced as well.
In Solano County in the United States alone, one insider commented to The Reporter last week that a new e-document management system could cut the authority's printing costs by up to 76 pieces of paper per employee each day.
The new council system also makes it easier for staff members to share documents and collaborate with one another.