360° Coverage : Scand Presents New Software - Custom Document Management System

Scand Presents New Software - Custom Document Management System

This system is designed to enhance communication and increase productivity of commercial companies.

Aug 28 2013, 4:26pm CDT | by PR.com

Minsk, Belarus, August 28, 2013 --(PR.com)-- There are different benefits in using this custom document management system. It allows individuals and groups to clearly communicate events, activities and milestones. Users can create, share and view events that are associated with an organization, function or assignment. The reporting component enables management and staff to measure, monitor and manage key metrics, improving the health and impact of the partnership as defined mutually agreed-upon measures.

The Key features are:

Scand used several third-party components in order to reduce system development time, testing, and implementation, for document encryption, file uploading, working with Office documents, PDF document manipulations;

· Limited data access, which are stored in a separate database. The client has full access to all data and its partners only in their data;

· An unique system of business process creation and monitoring with determination of the stages in the process. This system allows to appoint responsible persons for stages, to create automatically calendar task list for each dedicated person, performance estimation and reporting for each stage of the business process;

· Using Oracle as a powerful tool for storing and processing large amounts of data.

More information about this project here (http://scand.com/services/projects/customdms.html)

About the company:

The company was founded in 2000 (Minsk, Belarus) and primarily focusing on software application development and product development using cutting-edge PHP, .NET, Java, C++, Ruby on Rails, Groovy on Grails technologies. During these 12 years of the history more than 300 projects have been developed and successfully implemented for dozens of customers worldwide in such industries as energy, e-commerce, banking, advertising, printing, production management, architecture and engineering. Today over 200 highly experienced engineers successfully works in the company.

Contact Information:
Scand
Anastassia Yazubets
+375172183320
Contact via Email
www.scand.com

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