Introduction to Electronic Document Management Systems
Introduction to Electronic Document Management Systems provides an in-depth overview of the technology of electronic document management using modern electronic image processing. It will prove to be a key source of information for management and technical staff of organizations considering a transformation from traditional micrographics-based document storage and retrieval systems to new electronic document capture systems. It will also be useful for those organizations considering improving productivity through electronic management of large volumes of data records.
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