A computerised document management system (DMS) is a system used to track, manage and store digital documents. Many small businesses use Windows Explorer. But Explorer has its limitations, which show up as soon as more than one person needs to access the same set of files. As your business grows, the number of files increases and you might bring in new staff. Your staff may also need to work with a range of file types – word processing, spreadsheets, images, scans, photos, web pages, email and so on.
Ken Parker describes how DPL’s filing system had become time-consuming and frustrating for its 20 users.
CNAE provided a document management system that’s both seamless and transparent, saving time, reducing staff frustration and directly supporting DPL’s business growth.
The 12-person team at Computer Networks At Ease (CNAE) challenges the stereotype of the nerdy geek who is most comfortable with their head in a computer. We consciously cultivate a different kind of IT culture, and our clients love us for it.