By one recent estimate, 15% of all documents are misplaced, and in some environments up to 30% of the workday is spent searching for information. The fact is, when it comes to finding what you’re looking for, all too often today’s shared hard drives might as well be “electronic landfills.”

Without effective, coherent ways of managing their documents, organizations find it harder than it should be to address problems like document retention and compliance. Perhaps worst of all, businesses miss opportunities – either because they can’t identify them, or because they can’t respond quickly enough.

When it comes to document management, Worldox offers you more immediate and long-term business value than any other solution. Worldox is sensible, proven document management, rooted firmly in the needs, goals, and feedback of real users and their organizations. Only Worldox delivers all this.

16 Ways Document Management Saves You Time and Money.  Perhaps the best way to understand the direct, cost-saving value of document management is to understand what you won’t have to do once you’ve installed it. Once and for all, you can stop…

1. Wasting time and staff resources on endless “document quests”
2. Struggling to make one team member’s documents available to another
3. Recreating important content because you can’t find it
4. Fixing problems caused by overlooking crucial information in files or email messages
5. Opening documents simply to understand what they contain
6. Struggling to interpret obscure file names or to understand which client a document is associated with
7. Losing documents because they’re not labeled consistently or physically stored together
8. Misplacing important email correspondence
9. Navigating multiple applications, drives, and folders simply to view all the content associated with a project, client, or matter
10. Deploying unnecessary software to client desktops – or performing time-consuming conversions – simply to permit document viewing
11. Struggling to control who can see or edit your documents
12. Spending hours trying to track who viewed or edited a document
13. Wasting money and time backing up obsolete files
14. Reconciling inconsistent concurrent changes made by document reviewers
15. Using Windows’ slow and ineffective document search tools
16. Trying to figure out which version of a document is authoritative, or who owns it