Doc-Ware is a secure, easy to use document management system THAT is designed for a variety of purposes including documents upload and storage, search and retrieval, and file sharing. It adapts to any business model by maximizing accessibility and functionality in repositories of all sizes, while increasing collaboration and communication between users. The software has a very user-friendly interface that is available in two (2) languages.
There were times when documents were stored on a Windows NT server under conventional ‘yellow folder’ structure, which over the years grew dramatically with very little logical structure. The top level folders contained many multiple levels of subfolders that were inappropriately named. The folders had often become over-personalised with the names of people who had left as opposed to being for a particular function, making it unclear which documents were stored where. Multiple copies of the same document existed in multiple folders because there was no mechanism to cross-check items at more than one location. His resulted in a situation wherein it was impossible to tell which version was the latest. The documents were hardly ever weeded out or moved into an archive area. This meant that there were thousands of un-attributable ‘historic’ files mixed in with current working documents.
The lack of management and control over files and folders meant that users spent a great deal of valuable time searching for documents – and often finding and working on the wrong version. It was time consuming and frustrating for staff; something had to be done to improve the situation.
Webmyne Systems team implemented the Best Application Development approach with better project management technique with an engaging user experience.
The plan consisted of delivering an easy-to-use, less cumbersome, and simplified system to process humongous documents to serve the following business objectives:
|Operating System||WINDOWS 10|
|Web Server||IIS 7+|
|Database Server||MS SQL SERVER 2017|
|Framework||MVC 5 Framework|
|Design||Bootstrap / HTML 5 / CSS 3|
|Web Services||Restful API|
|Data Binding||Entity Framework, ADO .NET|