Advantages of the DOCUMENTICA Software

Go mobile

Stay visible to your customers at all times! Statistics show that the average American spends over two hours a day on their iPads, iPhones, or Android devices. With our mobile-friendly platform, you can easily access and share your documents, invoices, photos, and digital assets from anywhere using your mobile device.

Daily Usage

Creating or editing documents, as well as scanning invoices, are common tasks in office environments. However, searching through archives without a proper catalog can be a nightmare. With DOCUMENTICA, you can rely on a solution that is always up and running on your server, client workstations, or even on your mobile device, providing the support you need for your daily tasks.

Supports cloud computing.

Boost your productivity with fewer resources. Cut down on costs per unit. Enjoy convenient access to company documents without significant upfront expenses. With a pay-as-you-go model based on your demand, there's no need to worry about server hardware, software, or licensing fees.

Private Online Storage

The service can be installed privately on your virtual or dedicated servers on the internet. This provides a significant advantage in terms of server control. You have the ability to prevent unauthorized access without having to adhere to policies set by large service providers.

Enjoy Secure Protection

DOCUMENTICA provides comprehensive security features for your documents. In general, collaborating on or archiving a document can be a tedious and challenging experience. However, we aim to change that. Our goal is to make the process joyful and enjoyable.

A Win-Win Solution

Opting for a low-cost ownership or a rental solution to obtain a cloud-enabled document archiving software can prove to be more efficient than relying on file servers in your back office. It can also be a life-saving solution in the new digital age.

Central Repository

Both document authors and users are already familiar with the classification system. The folder structure provides valuable insights into the organization of the document warehouse.

Centralization of archived records, scanned papers, or office documents offers several advantages.

Having all documents in a centralized location makes it convenient and quick to access them. Users can retrieve necessary information without the need to search through physical files or multiple locations

Centralization enables a systematic and organized approach to document management. Files can be categorized, labeled, and stored in a consistent manner, making it easier to locate and retrieve specific documents.

When documents are centralized, team members can access and collaborate on them more efficiently. This promotes teamwork, as everyone can work on the most up-to-date version of a document and easily track changes

Centralized document management allows for effective version control. It becomes easier to track changes, manage document versions, and ensure that the most recent and accurate information is being used.

Centralization provides better control over document security and backup processes. It becomes easier to implement security measures, such as access controls and permissions, and establish regular backup routines to protect valuable information.

Centralizing documents reduces the need for physical storage space, which can lead to cost savings associated with storage equipment, maintenance, and physical archiving.