Custom Automated Workflows- How can they be used to improve your business? What is a Custom Automated Workflow? February 04, 2020 Wouldn’t it be great
You might be thinking, “Why should I worry about how I upload my documents?” The truth is, it’s not typically something we think about until it becomes a problem. The faster your upload speed to the Cloud, the sooner you can begin taking advantage of universal access and increased security.
Information Governance is, at its simplest, the ongoing management strategy for information at an organization. As basic as that sounds, effective data management incorporates the integration of data analytics, cybersecurity, privacy/compliance regulations, and physical/digital records management.
Most organizations can attest to the truth of the saying “time is money” and the faster important information can be found the less time you waste. An Electronic Document Management System combined with an effective Advanced Search Tool can improve your organization’s efficiency.
As Fall quickly approaches, DOMA is preparing to launch its newest 8.0 edition of the DOMA Experience software. The customer experience is at the heart of DOMA’s approach to improving our software year after year. With that in mind, DX 8.0 will feature a complete overhaul of the user interface and some highly requested updates. Additionally, users will find that 8.0 boasts improved speed and performance.
DOMA Technologies introduces Version 7.7 of its cloud-based Content Services Platform, DOMA Experience 7.7. DX7.7 is now available for existing and new users of the software. DOMA and its DX7.7 software provides complete data and document management solutions for government, education and commercial organizations.
DOMA Technologies was recently contracted by Stafford County Public Schools to implement a phased workflow conversion strategy for data and records management.
DOMA Technologies, a Virginia Beach- based company that specializes in cloud-based data and document management, announced today that they were re-awarded a multi-million-dollar four-year National contract from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs.