In a recent post, we shared an article defining our view of EDMS revealing why it should be important to people and organizations that need more than the minimum feature set of a classical implementation of a DMS. Namely, a software system that is used to track, manage and store documents with a key outcome to reduce the amount of paper in circulation through the move to digital.
For those unfamiliar with the term EDMS, the DMS in question, according to Wikipedia, is defined as Document Management Software or System.
I recently presented a webinar showcasing an online document control solution, which offered practical steps to address the age-old challenge of control and management of Engineering Documents. As a result of the following trends these challenges are becoming even more complex:
It is 2018, yet the age-old challenge of addressing the control and management of Engineering Documents persists. In many industries, ranging from new construction capital projects to revamping of existing facilities, documents are being created to enable safe asset operations. However, it can be tricky trying to control the document management system on your own when multiple people and jobs are involved.
Since joining the Vela family of Software companies, our newly formed business has been undergoing a few changes. The most immediate and visible change has been the introduction of our new website, available for your viewing pleasure at www.ProarcEDMS.com, not only will you find product information but we’ve provided a contact form that allows you to reach us 24/7 albeit our response will still be during office hours on Oslo time.
It has been an exciting few months for everyone involved with Proarc, so we are truly excited to update our customers with what is in store for the future of the newly formed company Proenco AS.
Deciding upon an EDMS Cloud Infrastructure as a primary technology strategy has been growing in popularity in recent years, even in the conservative domain of Engineering Document Management and Collaboration on construction projects.
It was announced back in Jan. 31, 2018 that Constellation Software Inc. (“Constellation”) (TSX:CSU) and its wholly owned division Vela Operating Group (“Vela”), acquired the Proarc unit of Tieto Oy, a leading software provider of technical document management software to the engineering & construction industry.