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All of the content life cycle
covered with Athento
Smart Document Management
The Life Cycle of Documents
The Life Cycle of Documents
• Capture: Documents enter into the system. Information obtained
automatically from documents....
“The appropriate management of content
throughout all of its phases guarantees
the preservation of the business’s
informat...
Difficulties in covering the life cycle of
documents
Difficulties in covering the life cycle of
documents
• Businesses need at least four different
applications.
• High costs ...
What have we learned?
“There is a smarter way to
do document management”
What have we learned?
That Athento had to be:
• Integral: Eliminating the need for different
applications to cover the lif...
Athento 3.0
Document Management
• Allows users to manage
documents and digital
assets.
• Makes it possible to
collaborate and brings
f...
Storage and online access

• Integrated with other
document repositories.
• Integrated with filesharing applications
Work Flows
• Automates complex
business processes.
• New concepts
contemplated by the
software: transactions, case
files, ...
Document Capture
• Makes it possible to use
the information in
documents
• Feeds the document
management system
Records Management
• Difference between the
record and the document

• Guarantees special
treatment for certain types
of d...
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All of the content life cycle covered with Athento

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The appropriate management of content throughout all of its phases guarantees the preservation of the business’s information, as well as the business’s ability to exploit it.

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All of the content life cycle covered with Athento

  1. 1. All of the content life cycle covered with Athento Smart Document Management
  2. 2. The Life Cycle of Documents
  3. 3. The Life Cycle of Documents • Capture: Documents enter into the system. Information obtained automatically from documents. • Manage: Circulation of documents. Exploitation and use of information contained in them. • Store: Where documents are stored, and how to recover them. • Preserve: Long-term conservation and archiving of digital content • Deliver: Mechanisms to get the content to the people who need it, using appropriate media.
  4. 4. “The appropriate management of content throughout all of its phases guarantees the preservation of the business’s information, as well as the business’s ability to exploit it.”
  5. 5. Difficulties in covering the life cycle of documents
  6. 6. Difficulties in covering the life cycle of documents • Businesses need at least four different applications. • High costs of licenses. • Problems with integration. • Problems with compatibility with the tech environment.
  7. 7. What have we learned? “There is a smarter way to do document management”
  8. 8. What have we learned? That Athento had to be: • Integral: Eliminating the need for different applications to cover the life cycle. • Inter-operational: Being integrated with the client’s technological environment • Smart: Automating processes that don’t bring value to the business.
  9. 9. Athento 3.0
  10. 10. Document Management • Allows users to manage documents and digital assets. • Makes it possible to collaborate and brings flexibility, ubiquity
  11. 11. Storage and online access • Integrated with other document repositories. • Integrated with filesharing applications
  12. 12. Work Flows • Automates complex business processes. • New concepts contemplated by the software: transactions, case files, etc.
  13. 13. Document Capture • Makes it possible to use the information in documents • Feeds the document management system
  14. 14. Records Management • Difference between the record and the document • Guarantees special treatment for certain types of documents
  15. 15. Thank you! Any questions?

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