OTTAWA, Ontario, Aug. 23, 2016 /PRNewswire/ — CIOReview has named SavvyDox as one of their 20 Most Promising Document Management Solution Providers 2016.
“We are happy to announce SavvyDox as one among the 20 Most Promising Document Management Solution Providers 2016,” said Jeevan George, Managing Editor of CIOReview. “SavvyDox provides the most powerful document collaboration solution available using favorite tools and browsers, allows collaboration on any device along with, version control and tracking changes functionalities.”
SavvyDox is the world’s most advanced cloud-based document collaboration platform, transforming document collaboration from a serial process into an intelligent interaction with documents. SavvyDox features include revision highlighting at the word and paragraph level, version sensitivity, changed content navigation, interaction with peer recipients and authors, shared annotations, and active and dynamic content. Its mobile & current features allows the concerned members to collaborate and access that such particular document without having to share it each time when the new updates and changes are made, and each time when the document is updated it gets synced automatically to mobile and desktop devices. Using publish tools and add-in features for word document allows to publish directly from the web browser or content management system.
SavvyDox has made strong progress within the Government of Canada at the Office of the Auditor General and Shared Services and is in discussions with several other departments in Canadian and US Governments. An integration with Single Sign On and Active Directory make the implementation seamless to end users and an OpenText integration addresses end user concerns about the complexity of the OpenText User interface while not altering their workflow. SavvyDox is in discussions with a legal association to address document management and control for contracts including integration with digital signatures. Key use cases include contract management, policy development, external communication development, executive briefing packages, and distribution of meeting content supporting paperless meetings. SavvyDox delivers an intuitive and easy to use front end solution for Enterprise Content Management Systems and Enterprise File Sync and Share Solutions providing a complete end to end solution for document retention and full parallel collaboration aligning with the benefits of face to face meetings.
SavvyDox provides measurable productivity improvements for authors and document reviewers with an ROI of 100% per month being fairly common in initial deployments. Security within the application provides a manageable blend with usability and controls “leaks” by ensuring that documents cannot be distributed beyond an author generated distribution list. SavvyDox’ parallel review capabilities ensure improved document quality coupled with the ability to audit all changes since the initiation of the document and the ability to compare any two versions of the document with one mouse click. SavvyDox provides the first viable alternative to Word Track Changes and the distribution capabilities ensure that everyone always has the current version of documents under review. No charge trials are available on the SavvyDox web site.
Founded in 2011, SavvyDox is a privately held company headquartered in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. SavvyDox solves document collaboration issues for enterprises, government and publishers, all within an enterprise grade, private or public cloud based secure infrastructure. For more info, visit: http://www.savvydox.com/
Published from Fremont, California, CIOReview is a print magazine that explores and understands the plethora of ways adopted by firms to execute the smooth functioning of their businesses. A distinguished panel comprising of CEOs, CIOs, IT VPs including CIOReview editorial board finalized the “20 Most Promising Document Management Solution Providers 2016” in the U.S. and shortlisted the best vendors and consultants in Enterprise Asset Management arena. For more info: http://www.cioreview.com/