DocLogix Software

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About DocLogix

DocLogix is a cloud-based document management solution for businesses of all sizes in manufacturing, government, finance, energy and other sectors. It helps users to process, manage, store and access key business information as well as monitor business workflows. DocLogix features integrated optical character recognition (OCR) and business analytics features. It also supports document importing, reporting, scanning and retrieval from multiple sources. Integrates include Microsoft Office, SAP and NAV. The work order management feature allows teams to create priority lists, manage workflows, collect work orders at one place and share them with the manufacturing team. The contract management module helps sales teams to edit, prepare and send contracts to their cu...
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DocLogix User Reviews

OVERALL RATING

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Neill

Company size: 51-200 employees

Industry: Consumer Services

Time used: Less than 6 months

Review Source: Capterra

3

Ease-of-use

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Value for money

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Customer support

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Functionality

out of 5

May 2017

Powerful process management software.

A powerful flexible system for automating business processes for my clients.

Pros

Totally flexible and configurable for nearly any business process. Lightweight system requirements. Powerful search, filters, and sorting of information. Powerful document management features for archival. Excellent template and reporting features. Many templates for business processes are included. Connects to other systems easily.

Cons

The web-based interface is not great for collaborative document management or working on "living" documents. Requires Windows Server and MS SQL. Configuring the system would be difficult for small-to-medium companies that don't have dedicated IT.

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