New Cloud-Based DocuWorks Solution for Creating, Editing, and Sharing Documents
Fujifilm Business Innovation Asia Pacific today launched DocuWorks Cloud, which is designed for simplifying the creation, editing, and sharing of documents across multiple users, no matter where the user is, as long as they have Internet access.
DocuWorks Cloud is based on Fujifilm’s DocuWorks, a document-handling solution that provides a single platform for managing scanned and digital documents, with over eight million licenses sold internationally. DocuWorks users use it as an “electronic desk” to view and make changes to documents. It also creates a secured and unified workflow, reducing reliance on print and email communications
DocuWorks Cloud enables users to create, view, and share multiple documents with various file formats, and because it’s Cloud-based, without any constraints on location, via any Internet-connected device, including smartphones. Users can view and edit documents as long as they have access to a Web browser and the Internet.
By including new private folder and messaging functions, users can also attach a message when sharing documents and share all document-related communications with DocuWorks Cloud.
‘One-stop’ Platform Supporting Multiple File Formats
With DocuWorks Cloud, users can:
- Edit, combine, or split documents without worrying about different file formats such as PDF, and Microsoft PowerPoint and Word, etc.
- Complete daily paper-related operations such as stamping or attaching a sticky note.
- Users can preview documents by hovering over the document thumbnail uploaded to DocuWorks Cloud without opening the file, and can also flip through the pages.
- Multiple users can share data, edit documents, exchange messages, and request follow-ups via either the personal private folder or through the shared workspace.
- Administrators can view the history of all actions taken with documents.
- For enhanced secured data exchange and approvals, users simply connect to “Working Folder,” Fujifilm’s cloud storage service, and “DocuSign,” Fujifilm’s digital signature cloud service, so that users can exchange documents and obtain signature approvals.
When a user receives new updates or documents, a notification message will appear on the DocuWorks Cloud app, enabling users to track projects, and improve reviews and processing times, including via smartphones.
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