Utilizing over 50 combined years of experience designing, implementing and managing mission critical data systems, DocWorks® was developed to move the paper processes in business to the digital age.
DocWorks® was designed to capture, store, and integrate paper and fax based documents,and retrieve these documents in multiple electronic formats. Additionally, data can be extracted in the capture process and transferred electronically to other applications and systems in a business. Tedious manual entry is eliminated.
This breakthrough in converting stubborn paper based processes to digital data and documents took time to engineer. It's the result of combining leading Open Standards based technologies including scanning and OCR capture, with a web based multi tier JAVA Application, relying on the world's most popular relational Database to store, update, retrieve, and manipulate data and documents.
DocWorks® provides document processing products and services that help reduce the cost of day-to-day business operations. Our clients seek to automate business processes and increase productivity by eliminating time spent in filing, data entry, distribution, sharing and accessing paper based information.Paperwork is a problem that we are all familiar with, and in spite of the talk of a paperless office, over a billion documents are generated every day in corporate America and the demand is growing on a daily basis.
DocWorks® is the result of experiences gained from building Custom Applications to automate or digitize paper based processes. The knowledge and experience gained provided a flexible, feature rich, supportable application for companies of all sizes. The modern, state of the art application design provides scalability and maintainability for future needs.
Hosted OfferingThe Hosted Offering of DocWorks® allows today's businesses the option to “pay as you go”. Secure, Web Based access allows users to become part of the solution from local as well as remote locations. The cost of hosting to most businesses is small compared to the cost to build and run an in house system with similar capabilities.