Better compliance and security
Securing business-critical information is crucial for business continuity and ensures you don’t “sour” a relationship with a customer by losing sensitive data.
A DMS secures and protects sensitive information as it’s shared in your organization and provides full data privacy thanks to vigorous disaster recovery measures.
Control document access
You have control over who can view, modify, and share information by setting user and administrative rights. If, for example, you have a contract you only want a specific sales representative to see, you can set access rights.
Prepare for worst case scenarios
Datacenters can fail, and natural disasters like fires, floods, earthquakes and tornados do happen. If your documents are stored in filing cabinets or on local hard drives, the chance of loss is very high.
Instead of assuming this risk, create multiple, secure and redundant backups using a DMS, so when disaster strikes, you can get back on your feet swiftly.
Protect your information
Rest easy knowing that your data is compliant with mandates such as HIPAA and General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Failing to adhere to such compliance can lead to stiff penalties.