Document management is a vital aspect of any organization. This is where you store, create and distribute your outbound documentation and where you manage the flow of information to your customers. A well-managed outbound document management process can enhance customer service, and increase sales and profitability. A poorly managed document management system can cause chaos, disorganization and lost documents that could harm your brand, cost you money and result in customers leaving.

The three primary elements of a document management system are capture, storage and retrieve. This includes scanning paper documents into digital format, adding indexing through hand entry, enterprise resource planning (ERP) integration, zonal optical character recognition (OCR) barcoding, other methods, and finally dispersing the documents to be used. An EDMS can also facilitate collaboration within an organization by incorporating features such as the ability to tag, categorize and search capability.

Central storage can safeguard your documents from error and malicious intent with access controls and version control. This ensures that the latest versions are always available and older ones are archived in a easily accessible manner.

Outbound document management systems can be utilized to ensure the compliance of internal and external regulations. Features such as automated workflows, document classification, tagging, and retention schedules can help your team comply with ISO 9001 Document Management Standards or FDA and GMP regulations.

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