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Samantha Wrigley wrote:
>What document management software do people use? How do you get
>official sign-off on the documents?
I am aware of several document management software packages for
enterprises. Some of them have an electronic signatures feature if you
need the signature in the document. Some have a routing option that
allow you to control how a document is routed and whether the or not
there was agreement with the routed document.
Some of the document management software packages I know of are:
DOCS Open by PC DOCS INC. - a medium range product for
small to very large enterprises (works with Sybase, MS SQL
DOCUMENTUM by Xerox - a high range product usually for
large enterprises who can afford an Oracle DBA
IMANAGE - a lower range product for small to large enterprises.
I'm not sure what database(s) this works with
There are many more, but these are the ones that come to immediately to