Document Management

Document Management

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Document management controls the life cycle of documents in an organization. The control is focused on how the documents are created, reviewed, published, consumed, disposed of or retained. A well-designed document management system promotes finding and sharing information easily. It organizes content in a logical way and makes it easy to standardize content creation and presentation across an enterprise. It promotes knowledge management and it helps the organization meet responsibilities, providing features at each stage of a document’s life cycles, from template creation to document authoring, reviewing, publishing, auditing, destroying or archiving. [1]


  1. (16 April 2008), (16 April 2008)