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# 162043 27-Jan-2015 14:53
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Hello,

I'm in an organisation that is reviewing it's strategy on the dreaded 'Document Management' and the controls based around it...

We have been given a solution called Laserfiche.

Has anyone used it? - is there an alternatives that you could recommend?

We are looking to run in Office 365 in the near future, and would like some thoughts with Document Management.

Thanks in advance..



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  # 1223336 27-Jan-2015 14:56
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M-Files is good




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  # 1223337 27-Jan-2015 15:00
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What kind of document types are you looking at primarily?




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  # 1223352 27-Jan-2015 15:03
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Zeon: What kind of document types are you looking at primarily?


90% are Office docs
5% are PDF
5% everything else

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  # 1223355 27-Jan-2015 15:12
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M-Files is great..  If you need a contact for a M-Files guy/company who specialises in it, let me know in PM i can pass on the details.

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  # 1223357 27-Jan-2015 15:14
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Government uses OpenText a lot (see link here). Objective is used at some departments, and is often cursed. Never heard of Laserfiche.

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  # 1223361 27-Jan-2015 15:18
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dan: M-Files is great..  If you need a contact for a M-Files guy/company who specialises in it, let me know in PM i can pass on the details.


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  # 1223404 27-Jan-2015 17:25
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If you are going office 365, why not investigate SharePoint with revision history, check in and out etc? We have found it to be excellent and work very well. Very fast and integrates with Office perfectly. 




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