Radix DM is document management system created with Microsoft .NET and Microsoft SQL Server. Radix DM is installed on your server, your documents never leave your network. Implement Radix DM in four steps.
After Radix DM is installed the Radix DM Administrator defines Library Groups and selectively gives users’ access to each Library Groups. Library Groups could be created for any purpose including Project Documents, Templates, Staff Files, Contract Register, and many others. Library Groups are used by staff instead of Windows folders to store documents. Each Library Group collects information in Fields (meta data) about each document stored in the Library Group with the Radix DM Save dialog. Different Library Groups can collect different types of meta-data.
Migrate Existing Documents
Any existing documents are copied or moved from the existing Windows folders to Radix DM Library Groups. Files can be copied folder-by-folder or copied automatically using the Radix DM Document Importer included with Radix DM.
A ninety minute training sessions is all that is required to get staff working in Radix DM. Training can be delivered on-site or remotely by video conference or you can deliver training yourself after becoming familar with Radix DM.
Start Using Radix DM
Radix DM Save allows staff to start saving new documents and email together in Radix DM rather than the old Windows folders and Microsoft Outlook folders. Radix DM Search is used to quickly search the Radix DM document database and retrieve documents so they can be worked on.